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TFA points out that Kodak was a technical powerhouse at one time. About 20 years ago, a friend worked in one of their divisions (near Rochester) making large (meter+ diameter) lightweight mirrors...near as I could tell (he had a security clearance) these were used in spy satellite cameras. He would go as far as saying that they were a large consumer of special glass with (near?) zero temp coefficient of expansion.

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