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Definition of Aberrational

Aberrational
Aberrational Ab`er*ra"tion*al, a. Characterized by aberration.

Meaning of Aberrational from wikipedia

- An aberration is something that deviates from the normal way. Aberration may also refer to: Optical aberration, an imperfection in image formation by...
- In optics, chromatic aberration (abbreviated CA; also called chromatic distortion and spherochromatism) is a failure of a lens to focus all colors to the...
- \theta =v/c=\kappa } , the same as the aberrational correction. Planetary aberration is the combination of the aberration of light (due to Earth's velocity)...
- In optics, aberration is a property of optical systems such as lenses that causes light to be spread out over some region of space rather than focused...
- Spherical aberration is a type of aberration found in optical systems that use elements with spherical surfaces. Lenses and curved mirrors are most often...
- the aberration. Several types of aberration affect image quality, including spherical aberration, coma, and chromatic aberration. Spherical aberration occurs...
- suffers from a number of specific optical aberrations. The optical quality of the eye is limited by optical aberrations, diffraction and scatter. Correction...
- In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, aberration is a creature type. Aberrations generally all have bizarre anatomies, strange abilities...
- lenses or prisms, chromatic aberrations, i.e., unintended separation of colors, may occur. However, when optical aberrations distort monochromatic light...
- (especially telescopes), the coma (/ˈkoʊmə/), or comatic aberration, in an optical system refers to aberration inherent to certain optical designs or due to imperfection...
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