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RE: RE: RE: How Do I Find The Correct Mirror Distances

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Posted by Robert May on October 24, 2000 17:51:14 UTC

Actually, you need to figure that out by putting the mirror into the tube and getting the focus set right. Your dimension is very dependant upon the actual focal length of the primary mirror and the only person that can give you that dimension is yourself. Do like I said in my previous post and you will do it right.

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