an instrument is an object that you use to see objects closer in
What Does Telescope Mean?
Telescope comes from the Italian, telescopio, meaning "from a distance."
A telescope standing on a piece of land, and not on a ship or other vehicle.
It depends on what telescope and what numbers. They could be a size, an altitude or azimuth reading, or even just a model number that doesn't "mean" anything.
This usually refers to a telescope that is actually located outside of the earths atmosphere. as opposed to a telescope designed to view outer space (which is all telescopes to my knowledge).
The "resolving power" of a telescope is a measure of the ability of a telescope to distinguish between two separate objects that appear to be very close together in the sky.
The prefix "tele" means "far off," "distant" Example Words: Telescope Telephone Telegraph Telepathy
"A" Greek language? The word telescope derives from the Greek tele "far" and skopein "to look or see".
The letters VLT stand for "Very Large Telescope". This is actually the name of a telescope in Cerro Paranel in Atacampa Desert.
it means ''to see from afar'' τήλε-σκοπή
It means far / distannt / remote .
The Hubble Telescope is a reflecting space telescope.
these are TV TELESCOPE,RADIO TELESCOPE,REFRACTING TELESCOPE,REFLECTING TELESCOPE
It means that you go to the telescope in her room and look at the coordinates on the bullentin board and set the coordinates.
optical telescope radiotelescope xray telescope infrared telescope ultraviolet telescope gamma-ray telescope
nobody unless you mean a camera
Tele means "Far" Scope means "To view"
I would love to answer this but what do you mean? I don't think it change at all
It Depends on What You Mean , But The Solar System is Observed with a Telescope.
It means to see, words that can describe it is telescope
it means forty times what the human eye can see
The Hubble Space telescope is a reflecting telescope.
No, the biggest telescope in the world currently is the Large Binocular Telescope. But Hubble is the biggest space telescope.
An infrared telescope itself doesn't have a wavelength as it is not a wave, but a telescope. If you mean however what is the wavelength of a wave in the infrared spectrum, it's approximately between 300 GHz (1 mm) and 400 THz (750 nm).