Does light from space objects exert pressure on the lenses of optical telescopes?

Light undoubtedly exerts pressure on the lenses of reflector telescopes, and this pressure is twice the pressure exerted on a non-reflective surface.
Light will also exert pressure on the transparent objectives of refractor telescopes, since when light passes through a collecting lens, the component of photon impulses directed along the main optical axis decreases.

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