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GALILEO AND OPTICAL ABERRATIONS

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Un sistema di formazione dell'immagine complesso non solo perch costituito da elementi come tubi, lenti e diaframmi, ma anche perch ciascuno di questi elementi vi collocato per una funzione specifica. L'ingrandimento non il principale fattore per valutare le prestazioni del telescopio a rifrazione. Nella costruzione del telescopio rientrano troppe variabili non lineari come l'ampiezza di campo, la qualit delle lenti, l'assorbimento della luce, le correzioni per le varie aberrazioni, e la dispersione della luce lungo il sistema ottico. evidente che un telescopio astronomico in grado di produrre un'immagine sufficientemente ingrandita di un astro luminoso non poteva essere costruito arbitrariamente. Sotto questa luce interessante vedere come, mentre perfezionava il suo telescopio, Galileo descrisse, analizz e risolse gli effetti indesiderati prodotti dalle varie aberrazioni ottiche.

Affiliations: 1: University of Haifa, Israel

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2002-01-01
2017-05-23

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