I would like to know if mirrors have a quality of "resolution" to them like a regular photograph might, or like a JPEG does.
For example, if you looked to closely, or magnified a photograph, you would soon come to a point where the image blurs, or that which was too far away when photographed is not discernible.
If a high quality microscope was applied to a mirror, would it be possible to observe far-away objects reflected by the mirror, taking only the quality and scope of the microscope into account?
Are there different quality mirrors, all other things (e.g. shape) being the same?
Could you also talk about any loss of luminescence if possible?
Also, do all plane mirror have the same converging/diverging power i.e, the image size will be same on all plane mirrors ?