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A refracting telescope (also called a refractor) is a type of optical telescope that uses a lens as its objective to form an image The refracting telescope design was  ...

lco.global/spacebook/refracting-telescopes

How Refraction WorksLight travels through a vacuum at its maximum speed of about 3.0 × 108 m/s, and in a straight path. Light travels at slower speeds through  ...

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Our refractor telescopes provide crisp, high-contrast views of bright targets like the Moon, planets, and terrestrial subjects. Shop online!

www.dummies.com/education/science/astronomy/reflecting-vs-refracting-stargazing-telescopes

Reflecting telescopes use mirrors to gather the light. Refracting telescopes use lenses. There are different kinds of reflectors, but in general the refractors all ...

www.astronomynotes.com/telescop/s2.htm

Jan 7, 2011 ... The part of the telescope that gathers the light, called the objective, determines the type of telescope. A refractor telescope uses a glass lens as ...

abyss.uoregon.edu/~js/glossary/refracting_telescope.html

Refracting Telescopes: Commonly known as refractors, telescopes of this kind are used to examine the visible-light region of the electromagnetic spectrum.

amazingspace.org/resources/explorations/groundup/lesson/scopes/galileo

Galileo wasn't the first to build the device that would become known as the telescope, but he seems to have been the first to use it to study the heavens. In 1608 ...

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