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Conceptual ray diagrams of ideal and spherically aberrated lenses. A perfect lens (top) focuses all incoming rays to a single point on the optic axis, but a real lens with spherical surfaces (bottom) focuses different rays to different points along the optic axis, depending on the radial position of each incoming ray.
Date uploaded to en.wp 30 August 2006
Source Made by Mglg, uploaded to English Wikipedia
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