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Telescopes

Telescopes

This animation shows optical and radiotelescopes used in astronomical observation.

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telescope, optical telescope, refracting telescope, reflecting telescope, Galilean telescope, Keplerian telescope, Newtonian telescope, Nasmyth telescope, Cassegrain telescope, barrel, finderscope, eyepiece, tripod, converging lens, camera lens, diverging lens, lens, mirror, detection, optics, technology, physics

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