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Achromatic Telescopes

An achromatic telescope is a type of optical instrument designed to minimize chromatic aberration, which is the distortion of colors that can occur in telescopic images. It achieves this by using a combination of lenses made from different types of glass, which work together to focus light rays of different colors to a single point, resulting in clearer and more accurate images. Achromatic telescopes are commonly used in astronomy and terrestrial observation due to their ability to produce high-quality, color-corrected images.