望遠鏡, 遠眼鏡, テレスコープ
Noun(1) a magnifier of images of distant objects
Verb(1) crush together or collapse(2) make smaller or shorter
(1) five steel sections that telescope into one another(2) He overcame this by designing a telescope based on a mirror.(3) Once they are all in place, they will form the largest radio telescope on Earth.(4) When most people think of astronomy, they envision gazing at the stars through an optical telescope , a system of mirrors and lenses that collects light.(5) "Using them in this way gives us the equivalent of an 85-meter telescope .(6) Using his experimental abilities, he ground lenses and assembled a telescope .(7) This was carried out using an eyepiece from a telescope , an optical instrument with a longer pedigree than the microscope.(8) Spectrographs are devices used by astronomers to break up the light collected by a telescope into its various colors, or wavelengths.(9) Italian mathematician and astronomer Galileo Galilei used the first optical telescope , a refractor, in 1610.(10) The most obvious way in which we can escape from the physical limitations of our eyes is to employ a microscope, magnifying glass, or optical telescope to improve magnification and resolution.(11) He was particularly interested in the ideas of improving telescope design by using lenses made up of two different types of glass.(12) Furthermore, I feel it is perfectly legitimate, in the interests of creating a good drama, to telescope events or create symbolic scenes.(13) His novel idea was to use both mirrors and lenses in his telescope .(14) A new space telescope might provide the answer.(15) The occluding spot is placed at the focal plane of the telescope and prevents light from striking any optical elements further down in the optical path.(16) Even though supernovas can appear as bright as galaxies when viewed with optical telescopes , this light represents only a small fraction of the energy released.
1. spyglass ::
2. glass ::
3. scope ::
4. concertina ::
5. compact ::
6. compress ::
7. crush ::
8. squash ::
Different Formstelescope, telescoped, telescopes, telescoping
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