She had asked for a microscope and a telescope for Christmas.
But the results coming out of BOSS are beautiful, even if the telescope is hideous.
I visited the Apache Point Observatory in New Mexico two years ago, where the telescope taking data for BOSS is located.
Allard K. Lowenstein was so far to the left of WFB that WFB wouldn't have been able to find him with the Hubble telescope.
If you live in a place with a dark night sky, you might be able to see M31 without a telescope.
Mr. Green's telescope and mine where of the same Magnifying power, but that of the Doctor was greater than ours.
The worst I do is to look at them the wrong way of the telescope.
Galilei's first telescope magnified but three times, and his best not much above thirty times.
Their financial rating was so high that you couldn't see it without a telescope.
He is of Massachusetts, and too near the north star to be reached by the honorable gentleman's telescope.
1640s, from Italian telescopio (used by Galileo, 1611), and Modern Latin telescopium (used by Kepler, 1613), both from Greek teleskopos "far-seeing," from tele- "far" (see tele-) + -skopos "seeing" (see -scope). Said to have been coined by Prince Cesi, founder and head of the Roman Academy of the Lincei (Galileo was a member). Used in English in Latin form from 1619.
"to force together one inside the other" (like the sliding tubes of some telescopes), 1867, from telescope (n.). Related: Telescoped; telescoping.
A device used by astronomers to magnify images or collect more light from distant objects by gathering and concentrating radiation. The most familiar kind of telescope is the optical telescope, which collects radiation in the form of visible light. It may work by reflection, with a bowl-shaped mirror at its base, or by refraction, with a system of lenses. Other kinds of telescopes collect other kinds of radiation; there are radio telescopes (which collect radio waves), x-ray telescopes, and infrared telescopes. Radio and optical telescopes may be situated on the Earth, since the Earth's atmosphere allows light and radio waves through but absorbs radiation from several other regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. X-ray telescopes are placed in space.