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Amateur Telescope Making

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Amateur Telescope Making

Publisher: Springfield Telescope Makers Inc
Number of pages: 428

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There are almost as many ways to make mirrors and telescopes as there are telescope makers. On these pages, however, we have tried to stick with simple and proven techniques that are most appropriate for novice mirror and telescope makers, and are generally what we teach beginners at the Stellafane Mirror Class.

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