refractor telescope


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refractor telescope

[ri′frak·tər ′tel·ə‚skōp]
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MEADE INFINITY 70 REFRACTOR TELESCOPE - BLUE (PS99, from currys.co.uk) THIS telescope is a great buy for the amateur astronomer.
* Recovering of the main camera's used on the Lamont-Hussy 27-inch refractor telescope.
The Aldrich Society set up two reflector telescopes and a refractor telescope in the parking lot, along with a pair of tripod-mounted binoculars to aid viewing.
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.
That was the 40-inch Yerkes Refractor Telescope. He found Chicago not to be the best environment for doing astronomy, because of the high percentage of cloudy nights.
The 8-inch C90 Astro Telescope produces as much optical power as a 40-inch refractor telescope. Equally competent at spotting the cloud belts of Jupiter and observing storm clouds on earth, the C90 comes with a finder scope, clock drive and tripod.