[2014] candy dejesus: Telescopes

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[2014] candy dejesus: Telescopes

Telescopes

Facts of frefracting telescopes

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Inside of a telescope

Facts of reflecting telescope

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The refracting telescope was invented in the 1600’s. Hans Lippershey, Galileo and Kepler continue to improve the design throughout the years. It uses two types of lenses. The thicker, curved lens magnifies, and the larger lens brightens. Other key parts of a refracting telescope include a tube and an adjustable eyepiece. Some of the advantages of this telescope is its low maintenance. On the other hand, it is more expensive and it is bulkier than other telescopes.

This video shows all parts of every kind of telescopes click play to learn about telescopes.

In 1611 John Hadley design a telescope that uses production mirrors. Galileo and other scientists used mirrors in the 1600’s. The first man who built a reflecting telescope was Sir Isac Newton. Some of the key parts are a primary mirror that directs light to the eyepiece bish or bowl shaped. The advantages are that they are less expensive because its a mirror. The disadvantages are that some telescopes can get air inside.

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In 1611 John Hadley design a telescope that uses production mirrors. Galileo and other scientists used mirrors in the 1600’s. The first man who built a reflecting telescope was Sir Isac Newton. Some of the key parts are a primary mirror that directs light to the eyepiece bish or bowl shaped. The advantages are that they are less expensive because its a mirror. The disadvantages are that some telescopes can get air inside.

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