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From: =?iso-8859-7?q?theo=20triantis?= <poldotheouk@yahoo.gr>
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Dear Sir /Madam

My name is Theo Triantis and Iím a 2nd year student of Optical management in APU
Cambridge UK. I recently red your page on the web and I would be grateful if u
could send me some info. Concerning the Newtonian and Schmidt telescopes. Itís
going to be very helpful for my project preparation.

My e-mail address is: poldotheouk@yahoo.gr

And my post address : 17 Brookfields  cb1 3 nw Cambridge uk.

Thank u in advance.



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From: Matteo Guainazzi <xmmhelp@xmm.vilspa.esa.es>
To: poldotheouk@yahoo.gr
Subject: Re: none (PR#7248)
Date: Mon Oct 14 10:01:21 2002
Dear Theo,

 here you are a couple of URLs, where you can find information on
Newtonian and Schmidt telescopes:

 http://casswww.ucsd.edu/public/astroed.html

 http://ads.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/bbrowse?book=hsaa&chap=14&page=0339

 I deeply apologise for the delay in my answer.

 Best Regards,

 Matteo Guainazzi
 XMM-Newton Science Operation Center
 User Support Group

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