||I propose designing a 60 mm single hole telescope with the capability of 60X magnification power. The telescope system consitsts of a object system and a eyepiece system. Both systems are to be designed separately and assembled together afterwards. The maximum incident angle, focal length, entrance pupil diameter of the object system is 0.55 degree a half of FOV, 350 mm, and 60 mm respectively. The maximum exit half angle of view, focal length, exit pupil diameter, and eye relief, and of the eyepiece system are 29.941 degree, 5.833333 mm, 1 mm, and 14.695257 mm respectively. The usage of prisms makes observation via human eyes easier. By using geometric optics to obtain the required refractive index of prism, then analyzing and calibrating the wavefront error, optical distrotion,lateral color and relative illumination of to create both systems, the systems are then to be combined to create the telescope capable of 60X magnification. Afterwards, determine whether the image quality of the final product fits the standards via analyzation.|
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