The Hubble Telescope is a reflecting space telescope.
these are TV TELESCOPE,RADIO TELESCOPE,REFRACTING TELESCOPE,REFLECTING TELESCOPE
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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 spacetelescope.
It is a reflecting telescope
an artificial telescope is a telescope that is man made by people from NASA or anyone who can make a telescope
The Hubble telescope is a reflecting optical telescope.
That means that the telescope is on planet Earth, as opposed to a planet in outer space, like the Hubble Telescope, the Planck Telescope, the Chandra Telescope, etc.It is a telescope based on our earth
Telescope eyepieces are important of any visual telescope. It is the main part of the telescope and is what determines how the object will look like through the telescope.
reflecting telescope. uses a telescope.
it is a reflector telescope
The Hubble Space Telescope has a number of instruments, but the primary one is an optical telescope.
Newton did not invent the telescope, he invented the reflecting telescope. The reflecting telescope was a major improvement over the distorting refracting telescope.
No, in the sense that the two things don't have anything to do with each other. An x-ray telescope could be either a refracting telescope or a reflecting telescope.
There are MORE than 2 types of telescope :-Radio TelescopeOptical TelescopeX Ray TelescopeGravity Wave TelescopeNeutrino TelescopeLobster Eye TelescopeMicrowave TelescopeGamma Ray TelescopeThermal/Infrared TelescopeSpace Telescope(there are more, this list is not exhaustive)However in the class of Optical Telescope there are two main designs, Those using mirrors (Reflecting Telescopes) and those using lenses (Refracting Telescopes).
The focal length of a telescope is directly related to the magnification in that the longer the focal length, the more magnification you get from the telsceope. How the focal length of a telescope relates to the length of the telescope itself depends on the design of the telescope. In a refracting telescope, the focal length is approximately the length of the telescope. In a reflecting telescope, the focal length is roughly two time the length of the telescope.
The classical Galileo telescope was a refractor telescope, i.e. a telescope using lenses instead of mirrors.
No. A Dutchman created a refractive telescope. Newton improved the telescope by creating the Reflective Telescope.
the radio telescope the radio telescope
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A light telescope is a telescope that can see distant objects. For example, The Hubble Space Telescope is a light telescope. It allows us to see other galaxies. Hope this helps!