What is GREGORIAN TELESCOPE?

A form of reflecting telescope, very similar in principal to the Cassegrain telescope, in which the large mirror is pierced at the centre and the light is reflected back into an eye-piece in the centre by a small concave mirror on the principal axis and a little outside the focus.


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