refractor telescope


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refractor telescope

[ri′frak·tər ′tel·ə‚skōp]
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Afterward, a researcher told us about exploding stars, and we got a clear, close-up view of the moon through the 36-inch refractor telescope.
It was a very clear image,'' she said after looking into an 11-inch refractor telescope mounted on top of a Volvo station wagon.
The 8-inch C90 Astro Telescope produces as much optical power as a 40-inch refractor telescope.
Since its founding in 1935, the Griffith Observatory has captivated 67 million visitors - now roughly 2 million a year - to the celestial wonders through its 12-inch Zeiss refractor telescope and planetarium.