One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A Maksutov–Cassegrain telescope or camera, having a deeply curved meniscus lens as a correcting plate and incorporating a small secondary mirror which reflects light back through a hole in the primary mirror.
1950s. From the names of Dimitri D. Maksutov and N. Cassegrain, French astronomer.
Maksutov–Cassegrain/makˈsuːtɒf ˈkasɪˌɡreɪn//ˈmaksʊtɒf ˈkasɪˌɡreɪn/
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