OK APO refractor experts - need your help. Just reacquired a long lost love - a nice Celestron C102F (Fluorite) refractor OTA from a fellow CN's member (thank you Scott). While I had one of these in the late 90's / early 2000's - I made a mistake and sold it (had cateracts but got them 'fixed' and am finally after all these years replacing my scope). And while reacquainting myself with the scope's "specs" today - I can't seem to find a internet link I had that showed the lens configuration.....ie. where is the fluorite element??? I believe it's the INNER element and not the field lens but honestly can't remember.
Can someone help me out here??? (finding this link that had a diagram of the lens layout along with a narrative regarding the Vixen lens, who made it, etc.). If memory serves it was Canon that made these lenses for Vixen or a sub-contactor of Vixen???
Also - where the name "Vixen" came from - one website said it was one of Santa's reindeer???
Thanks soooo much gents (and ladies) ....
Clear skies - M11Mike