Telescopium


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Telescopium

(tel-ĕ-skoh -pee-ŭm) (Telescope) An inconspicuous constellation in the southern hemisphere near Scorpius, the brightest stars being of 3rd and 4th magnitude. Abbrev.: Tel; genitive form: Telescopii; approx. position: RA 19.5h, dec –50°; area: 252 sq deg.

Telescopium

 

a constellation in the southern sky. The brightest star in Telescopium has a visual stellar magnitude of 3.5. The most favorable conditions for observing the constellation occur in July and August. Telescopium is partially visible in southern regions of the USSR.

Telescopium

[‚tel·ə′skō·pē·əm]
(astronomy)
A constellation, right ascension 19 hours, declination 50° south. Also known as Telescope.
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High concentrations of 20:5 n-6, 20:5 n-3 and 18:2 (linoleic) in Telescopium telescopium and suggested that the high and low concentrations of Arachidonic acid (20:4 n-6) is related to high and low salinity respectively[10].
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But during that time it remains south of the Sun, crossing the tail of Scorpius, Telescopium, Indus, and Grus.
7 degrees west of alpha Povonis, in the far north-east, on the boundary between Pavo and Telescopium and close to the core of the Shapley super-cluster, an area also indicated as Abell 3667.
The lower midden layers of the sites were dominated by Polymesoda [Geloina] coaxans, and Telescopium telescopium, both mangrove species of shellfish, and the upper layers by Cerithidea anticipata, a shellfish that inhabits mudflats (1982:89-90; 121-23).
The Roman letter designation was assigned by American astronomer Benjamin Apthorp Gould after the constellation Telescopium was cut down to size and the star reallocated to Scorpius.
Telescopium has no outstanding binaries--in fact, all its visual binaries have rather faint primaries (sixth, seventh, eighth magnitude or even fainter).
Dated samples from the mounds are from rough-backed cockle shell (Anadara granosa) and from charcoal obtained in situ during excavations, as well as from Telescopium telescopium obtained from surface scatters of shell and stone artefacts.
Deep-sky objects Designation Type and constellation NGC 6584 globular cluster in Telescopium Barnard 133 dark nebula in Aquila NGC 6744 galaxy in Pavo NGC 6752 globular cluster in Pavo NGC 6781 planetary nebula in Aquila Brocchi's Cluster open cluster in Vulpecula Designation Type and constellation beta Cygni double star in Cygnus Messier 71 globular cluster in Sagitta Barnard 144 dark nebula in Cygnus Dumb-Bell Nebula planetary nebula in Vulpecula NGC 6885 open cluster in Vulpecula