Handbook for photographic meteor observations by Jurgen Rendtel.

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Some small grains that have collected on the lens could be silicates, and thus of comparable hardness to the glass itself and certainly far harder than the protective layer. Besides damage to the reflection-reducing layer each scratch increases the amount of stray light entering the camera. These are the reasons for being extremely careful when cleaning the lens. As a rule, a small amount of dust on the front lens has less effect than any scratches. However, from time to time you must clean the optics.

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