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"Round" in catalogues

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Hi, tnx yr reply - but I must admit I am not really sure how you mean. You mean round as in Airy disc? It doesn't make any sense in the context to me. If a split or elongation was seen it makes more sense to actually use PA and SEP?

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I'm afraid your reply confuses me, too. Did you mean to write that NO split or elongation was seen? If so, then that makes sense.



The word no is missing :)

Round means no split or elongation 



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