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Kraus-type telescopes are transit instruments, where the flat primary reflects radio light towards the spherical secondary, which focuses it towards a mobile focal carriage. The primary tilts North-South to select any object near the meridian, while the focal carriage moves East-West along railroad ties to track objects near transit.
The following telescopes are Kraus-type.
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