IT IS NOT POSSIBLE WITH ANY TELESCOPE, EVEN THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE !
Go to that link for a detailed, scientific answer as to why we cannot see it. The simple answer is we are way too far away !...........I'm sorry, but I am an Astronomy major and the statement that we could not even see it with the hubble telescope is completely untrue. However, the answer is NO, you cannot see it from Earth, even with a powerfull telescope.
You can see Earth, Mars, the Moon and galaxies!
You can but you will need a telescope, it is just like seeing it from earth but on the moon.
Yes, but not without a telescope.
Our moon is the only moon visible from earth with the naked eye. With a good personal telescope, it is possible to see 4 of Jupiter's moons.
It depends on from where or when you mean. You cannot see the flag from Earth. You can see it in pictures from the mission. You cannot see it with a telescope. It also may not even exist anymore, having probably decayed after 40 years in direct, unfiltered sunlight.
No. The flag is far too smal for even the largest telescopes to see. Even the Apollo landers are too small. The smallest objects that we can see from the earth using the Hubble telescope are boulders or craters many metres across. Hopefully, when telescopes get even bigger, and when we have better observation satellites orbiting the moon, we may have success then.
i will use the telescope
Yes as a matter of fact they can hit the Moon. Take a look at the Moon through a telescope and you will see what I mean.
Sometimes. On a dark night, without moon and with little light pollution, you can see Uranus IF you have good eyesight. Otherwise, you need a telescope.
No. The Moon is simply too far away for that to be possible, even with a telescope as powerful as Hubble.
He could see the craters on the moon.
Look into the telescope and keep moving it until you see a white circle
Depends where you are with with the telescope. If you are on Earth, technically because you can point the telescope at the ground and you can see Earth, but to be scientific, no.
Without using a telescope or binoculars you can see the highlands, mare and some impact craters (eg Tycho).
Yes, it was discovered with a telescope.
Sure, if you aim the telescope downwards at the ground. You can see it without a telescope too. You're standing on Earth right now.
You will have to use a telescope to see Europa.
The Earth.AnswerOceans, clouds, forests. Without a telescope, not much. On the night side of Earth, the lights of the cities are plainly visible. With a big telescope, you'd be able to see more details of the terrain, the Grand Canyon, the Great Lakes, the larger islands and so on.
we live on earth, you can see it if you just look down at the ground without a tekescope. you can see STARS at night with a telescope.
Because the moon is between the sun and the earth. During a new moon, you see the shadow of the moon, usually against a daytime sky, which makes the moon virtually invisible without a telescope.
You can see pretty things and cool things.