“Schwabe” received a Eurasian patent for catadioptric telescope

Holding “Schwabe” (part of the state corporation Rostec) received a Eurasian patent for catadioptric telescope.

The device is constructed according to the original optical scheme Yuri Klevtsova, design engineer of JSC “Schwabe - Defence and Security”, which provides a significant reduction in size compared to similar products with comparable image quality. This advantage makes Catadioptric telescopes “Schwabe” the best choice for field expeditions and observations.

“Catadioptric telescopes started by the original optical system design engineer” Schwabe “Yuri Klevtsova - is the perfect tools for trained amateur astronomy. They can be used with high diffraction quality and resolution to observe celestial objects from 12.8 to 14 magnitude and also receive unique photos and work with the CCD-sensor, - said Deputy General Director of JSC “Schwabe” R & D and innovation development Nikolai Rakovich. Currently, the market offers Catadioptric telescopes “Schwabe” with a diameter of the lens 150, 200 and 250 mm ” he said.

Eurasian patent shall be granted for any invention that is new, involves an inventive step and is industrially applicable. This document provides the patentee protection of intellectual property in the territory of 8 countries which have signed the Eurasian Patent Convention: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. Catadioptric telescope Holding “Schwabe” will be under the protection of the Eurasian patent for 20 years.

3 March 2015

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