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I might have missed it above (thanks for the input btw!) but what do we know these about the quality of Russian mirror/telescope producers? I mean, just because they want to imitate a KH-11 mirror, and can produce a "x" meter mirror does not mean it is usable. As an amateur astronomer, I remember very well the Soviet union wanted to outdo the American Mt. Palomar telescope, which has a 5m mirror and great scientific output, and therefore it built a 6m telescope in the late 70s. However, it never worked great and was not usable at the time to do better science than on Mt. Palomar. Therefore, I'd love to hear more about current optical engineering approaches in Russia, and how that compares to e.g. Keck/ELT/JWST mirrors. Similar question for China actually
On 16 December RKTs Progress signed a contract with a company called NPO Tekhnomash for what is called "analysis of deviations from technical and design documentation" and "assessment of the efficiency of measures taken to eliminate [these deviations]."