Coudé Auxiliary Telescope
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|Alternative names||Coude Auxiliary Telescope|
|Part of||Lick Observatory|
|Telescope style||optical telescope|
|Diameter||0.6 m (2 ft 0 in)|
The Coudé Auxiliary Telescope, built in 1969, is a 0.6m (24-inch) reflecting telescope in a stationary position at a fixed focus. The CAT is generally used for observation of brighter stars, since it collects less light than the 120-inch Shane.
- "Mt. Hamilton Telescopes: Carnegie Double Astrograph". Retrieved 9 April 2016.
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