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An astronomical mirror is generally a mirror used instead of lenses in astronomical and space applications. It is not limited in size, does not absorb UV or IR radiation, and is usually made aspheric to reduce aberrations. However, a spherical mirror can be used if it is combined with other optics to correct spherical aberration.
Chroma Technology Corp. - Bellows Falls, VT
Manufacturer of optical filters and coatings for biomedical instruments and imaging systems, fluorescence microscopy, astronomy, space exploration and chemical analysis.
J.R. Cumberland, Inc. - Marlow Heights, MD
Manufacturer of custom precision optical components.
Esco Optics - Oak Ridge, NJ
US manufacturer of custom and standard optics for the UV, visible and IR wavelengths. In house production of lenses, windows, mirrors, blanks, prisms, filters and optical coatings. For over 50 years, we have proudly offered exceptional customer service, low prices and short lead times. ITAR...
Hampton Controls, Inc., Optics Div. - Wendel, PA
Hampton Controls, Optics Division brings together some of the finest, most experienced Master Opticians and Craftsmen in the world. Having worked on many of the industry's most sophisticated and complex projects, our people bring a wealth of relevant experiences to the most complicated optical...
ISP Optics Corporation - Irvington, NY
A fully integrated manufacturer offering design and manufacture of high precision infrared custom and catalog optics, including aspheric and diffractive elements, multielement systems, custom and standard infrared coatings, and infrared zoom lens assemblies from prototype to production quantities...
L-3 Communications Corporation, Division of L-3 Communications, Tinsley - Richmond, CA
Manufacturer of custom precision optical components, assemblies and subsystems. Fabricates complex aspheric surfaces for reflective and refractive systems from 50 mm to 1.5 meters in size, and a wide variety of materials including glass, Be, Al and SiC. Founded in 1926 and also known in the...
Nu-Tek Precision Optical Corporation - Aberdeen, MD
For over 25 years, Nu-Tek has been manufacturing and designing large and small custom optics, and optomechanical assemblies for use in the UV, VIS and IR spectrum. This includes precision aspheres, on and off-axis aspheric mirrors, collimators, telescope systems and ruggedized multi-focal length...
Rainbow Research Optics, Inc. - Centennial, CO
Manufacturer of precision optical components and high-power laser coatings from UV to IR. Supplier of stock and custom optics. Products include lenses, beamsplitters, filters, windows, mirrors, wave plates, large wedges and prisms. In-house coatings include antireflection, high reflection, dichroic...
SORL/Space Optics Research Labs, LLC - Chelmsford, MA
Manufacturer of stock and custom off-axis parabolic mirrors. Products include flat, spherical and aspheric mirrors in ceramic, glass and metal, precision adjustable mirror mounts; reflective beam expanders, collimators, FLIR test stations, lidar telescopes; Fourier transform systems, IR lens...
Ariel Optics Inc. - Ontario, NY
CRV Optical, LLC - Glastonbury, CT
Galaxy Optics - Buena Vista, CO
Inrad Optics, Inc. - Northvale, NJ
Izovac Ltd. - Minsk, Belarus
Manasota Optics, Inc. - Sarasota, FL
Newport Glass Works, Ltd. - Stanton, CA
Opteon Oy - Piikkio, Finland
Optical Surfaces Ltd. - Kenley, England
Poco Graphite, Inc., An Entegris Co. - Decatur, TX
Precision Asphere, Inc. - Fremont, CA
Rayleigh Optical Corp. - Baltimore, MD
Star Instruments - Newnan, GA
Thin Metal Films Ltd. - Basingstoke, England
Generally, a mirror used instead of lenses in astronomical and space applications. It is not limited in size, does not absorb UV or IR radiation, and is usually made aspheric to reduce aberrations. However, a spherical mirror can be used if it is...
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