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Most types of telescope focus radiation. All but one do not actually detect it. The detection of radiation is undertaken by a sensor (a camera or the human eye) at the focus of the telescope.The exception is a gamma ray detector which, as high energy gamma rays can not be focused, captures the effect that the gamma ray produces when it hits things (it causes a cascade in the atmosphere). A gamma ray detector may be able to tell you in which direction a gamma ray came from and how energetic it was but it can not actually form a image of the gamma ray source.
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A gamma telescope is like any other telescope except unlike the traditional telescope that detects visible light, it detects gamma rays, high energy electromagnetic waves with much shorter wavelenghts which are invisible to the human eye. Gamma rays because of their high energy nature are rare and created in high energy astrophysics such as supernova. Swift combines a gamma ray telescope with an X-ray telescope and UV telescopes to detect high energy events and their afterglow.
There are four: Hubble Space Telescope, Compton Gamma Ray Observatory, Chandra X-ray Observatory, and the Spitzer Space Telescope.
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No, x-rays and gamma rays are blocked by our atmosphere, if you want to observe them, you have to go into space.
optical telescopes - high mountain far from city light pollutionradio telescope - anyplace with little radio interference in the bands it operates inx-ray or gamma ray telescope - in orbitneutrino telescope - deep in an abandoned salt mine.etc.
The main disadvantage of a gamma telescope is that the rays penetrate everything making it difficult to reflect them. The advantage is that they can view wavelengths outside of the Earth's atmosphere.
No because, most ultraviolet radiation are blocked by earth's atmosphere.
No, there is still too much air above it. That would block the rays.
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).
We use a gamma ray machine to find out where the gamma rays are and where they are pointed to. We also use these machines to study a gamma ray.
In low earth orbit, perigee 333 miles, apogee 344 miles, inclination 25.58 degrees, orbital period 95.40 minutes, velocity 17,000 miles per hour. Gamma ray (and x-ray) telescopes must be in space because the atmosphere is opaque to gamma rays (and x-rays).
We use Gamma Ray to make Hulk
well none, its either gamma ray or gamma radiation, it has the same wavelength as an x-ray but higher energy level.
The wavelength of a gamma-ray is 10-11 metres
A gamma ray will have energy in excess of 100 keV (kiloelectronvolts).
The Chandra X-Ray Observatory is an x-ray telescope; technically a type called a "Wolter telescope."
Yes, a gamma ray is a natural ray. It occurs as a result of changes to atomic nuclei, and we most often see them (gamma rays) appear in radioactive decay.
The symbol for gamma-ray is the lower case of the third letter of the Greek alphabet,γ
Gamma rays are gamma rays are gamma rays.
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