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Al Nagler's legacy

Tele Vue’s introduction of the Nagler eyepiece in 1980 started a revolution in high-quality optics.
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If you enjoyed “The life and times of Al Nagler” that appeared in the April 2013 issue of Astronomy, I think you’ll like the first story I wrote about Nagler and Tele Vue Optics — the company he founded. That article, “The eyepiece that changed observing,” focuses more on the technological contributions of the man whose greatest invention revolutionized amateur astronomy.

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