How to Make Telescopes?


You can make a simple telescope by using the following items: cardboard tubes, glue guns, telescope lenses of some type- generally convex and concave. The first step in making this simple telescope is to find two generally large cardboard tubes that will slide right over one another. The next step in making a telescope is to calculate the distance of how far apart the lenses need to be within the telescope. Next, you will need to double the measurement that you initially came up with. After this step is completed, you will then fasten the lense onto the larger of the two tubes. Then place the smaller lense on the smaller tube, this will now be the eyepiece. The last step in making the telescope is to make sure that the lenses line up with one another and that you can see clearly out of them.
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