Proceedings PaperNear Anastigmatic Grazing Incidence Telescope
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Astigmatism and field curvature, the predominent residual aberrations in a Wolter type grazing incidence telescope, can be significantly reduced by shortening the length of the mirrors. Performance improvements as well as advantages regarding alignment of a short versus a long grazing incidence telescope are discussed.