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Lyot Stop is located at the image of the objective formed by a field lens, with an aperture slightly smaller than the objective image. Example of applications can be found in Ref.
- Lyot, Bernard (1939). "The Study of the Solar Corona and Prominences without Eclipses (George Darwin Lecture, delivered by M. Bernard Lyot, Assoc.R.A.S., on 1939 May 12)". Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 99: 580–594. Bibcode:1939MNRAS..99..580L. doi:10.1093/mnras/99.8.580.
- "The near-infrared camera SWIRCAM". Retrieved 25 December 2012.
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