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Telephoto effect 5,8,9,33, 40, 43, 46, 54, 93, 98,109, 143,186,190, 240, 326, 426

Telephoto objective 40 Telephoto system

Telescope 21,22,26, see also Reflector or Refractor

- aberration theory 59, 66

- afocal 32,39,48,82,454

- Astrometric Reflector (USNO) 54

- basic function 21

- Bergedorf 1.22 m (later Crimea) 440

- Bergedorf 1 m 440

- Bjurakan 1-m Schmidt 457

- Bowen-type 453, 457

- Brown University 12-inch (Schwarzschild) 445

- centering 11, 261

- Cerro Tololo 4.0 m 456

- classical 419, 453, see also Reflector

- Columbus 2x8 m 390

- conventional refractor 36

- Crossley 36-inch 432-434

- defocused 39,40

- Doppler 1 m RC 444

- Dorpat refractor 419

- Dunlap 74-inch 440

- equatorially-mounted Bowen-type 456, 463

- ESO see ESO Telescopes -fast 111,114

- flexure 18, see also Support

- 40-inch Ritchey-Chretien (RC) (USNO) 95,266,444,445

- Foucault 33 cm 429

- Foucault 80 cm 429,430

- Gaussian layout 42, 49,186,188, 189, 286

- glass optics 429,431

- ground-based 312

- Grubb 15-inch Newtonian-Cassegrain 424

- Herschel 15, 419

- Herschel 20-foot focus 17-19,438

- Herschel 4-foot aperture see 40-foot focus

- Herschel 40-foot focus 18, 19, 419

- Herschel tilted single mirror 421

- Hubble Space Telescope (HST) 140, 141, 143, 144, 293, 348

- 100-inch Hooker (Mt. Wilson) see Mt. Wilson 100-inch Hooker

- Kitt Peak 3.8 m, f/2.8 RC (concept) 363, 364, 389

- Kitt Peak Mayall 4 m 455-458

- Lassell 9-inch 423

- Lassell's largest (4-foot) 422-424, 426

- layout 42, 49,186,188,189,286

- Lick 120-inch (3 m) Shane 353, 369, 370, 446, 452, 456

- Lick 36-inch refractor 431

- LITE (project) 239

- Magellan 315-inch 389, 390

- manufacture see Manufacture

- McDonald 105-inch 363

- McDonald 82-inch 324, 414, 440

- mechanical problems 18,419,422

- Melbourne 48-inch 426-429,431, 432, 434, 438

- modern astronomical 54,109, 426, 434

- MPIA 3.5 m, Calar Alto 360, 363, 366, 406-410, 412, 413, 456, 463

- Mt. Wilson 100-inch Hooker 437, 438,440,441,445,449,452

- Mt. Wilson 60-inch 111, 348, 352, 353, 435, 437-440, 444, 445, 452

- Multi-Mirror Telescope (MMT) 385

- Nasmyth 20 inch 424, 425

- Newton form 419, 422, see also Reflector

- Nordic 25 m (project) 249

- normalized 65, 70, see also Normalization

- obstruction problem 223, 241

- 1.52 m quasi-RC, Cerro Tololo 345, 347

- optical specifications (quality) 301, 304, 322

- optimization (functional, on site) 431

- Palomar 1.22-m Schmidt 457

- Pease 300-inch concept 442, 445

- Perkins 69-inch 440

- photographic 266

- prime focus 40, see also Reflector

- reflectivity problem 241

- Ritchey 100-inch optics see Mt. Wilson 100-inch

- Ritchey 60-inch see Mt. Wilson 60-inch

- Rosse 6-foot 419-422, 438

- Russian 6-m, Zelenchuk 449-452, 455, 456

- space 240,301,312, see also Hubble Space Telescope

- specifications see optical specifications

- 300-inch concept (correctors) 385, 390

-two-mirror 42,71,88

- Universal K. Schwarzschild, Tautenburg 157,460,462

- University of Indiana 24-inch (Schwarzschild) 445

- University of Texas 7.6 m (project) 366, 367, 414

- vertical siderostat 442

- Victoria 72-inch 440

- visual use of 38, 302, see also Eyepiece

- wide-field survey 239

- William Herschel Telescope (WHT) 4.2 m 394, 395, 397-399, 455-457, 461

- Yerkes 40-inch refractor 431,433, 435, 438

Telescope design parameters 49,186,

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