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Off Axis Guiders

Off axis guiders, eliminate the need for a separate guidescope. These devices are placed in the optical path of the primary telescope and divert a small portion of light to the autoguiding camera. By incorporating a secondary mirror or prism, off-axis guiders allow the autoguiding camera to track a guide star while the remaining light continues to the imaging camera.


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