By James Mullaney
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On rare occasions when the atmosphere is especially tranquil, as much as 100× per inch may be used on bright objects such as the Moon, planets, and double stars. But it is lower magniﬁcations (7× to 10× per inch of aperture) that typically give the most pleasing results at the eyepiece, owing to their crisp images and wide, bright ﬁelds of view. 2. As a telescope’s magniﬁcation is increased, the actual amount of the sky seen decreases (making low powers preferred for many types of observing). Shown here are three views of the Moon at low, medium, and high magniﬁcations.
2. Orion’s AstroView classical 6-inch Newtonian reﬂector, shown here on a German equatorial mount. The traditional focal ratio for a 6-inch, long preferred by telescope makers and observers, was (and for many still is) f/8. But in a bid to make telescopes more compact and portable, shorter ones have appeared on today’s market – as in this case, which is an f/5 system. Courtesy of Orion Telescopes & Binoculars. 37 38 Astronomical Telescopes and Binoculars Dobsonian mounting (see below) and provides magniﬁcations of 26× and 75× – ideal powers for casual stargazing.
Many of the most spectacular photographic and CCD images gracing the pages of the various astronomy magazines such as Sky & Telescope over the past several years – some of which rival those taken with large research telescopes – were taken by amateur astronomers using Ritchey–Chrétien systems. And visually, image quality is noticeably improved over that of a classical Cassegrain. Dall–Kirkham Another variation on the classical Cassegrain reﬂector is the Dall–Kirkham, invented by the optician Horace Dall in 1928 and subsequently promoted by the amateur astronomer Allan Kirkham.
A Buyer's and User's Guide to Astronomical Telescopes & Binoculars (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) by James Mullaney