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astronomical telescope

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noun

a telescope having an objective with a long focal length and an eyepiece with a short focal length, usually used for observing celestial bodies.

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Also called Kepler telescope.

Origin of astronomical telescope

First recorded in 1880–85
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astronomical telescope

noun

any telescope designed and mounted for use in astronomy. Such telescopes usually form inverted imagesSee Cassegrain telescope, Newtonian telescope, equatorial mounting
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