Viewing distant objects
Viewing tiny objects
Viewing unfamiliar objects
The size of the cylinder
The power of the eyepiece lens
The proportions of the mirror
Radio telescopes are able to detect radio sounds coming from galaxies and other objects in space.
Radio telescopes are able to detect waves coming from galaxies and other objects in space.
Radio telescopes are able to detect sounds coming from galaxies and other objects in space.
It observes very old light waves from distant galaxies.
It observes very old light waves from Earth.
It observes sound waves from galaxies.
An eyepiece lens measures the real image.
An eyepiece modifies the color of the image.
An eyepiece lens magnifies the real image.
Collecting light is not important because the eyepiece magnifies the object.
Collecting light is important because it helps show the actual size of a planet.
Collecting light is important because it helps to make faint objects visible.
They collect radio waves using large, curved metal dishes.
They collect radio waves using a satellite receiver in the sky.
They collect radio waves by bouncing the wave off an object in the sky.
The Hubble space telescope is part of the galaxy.
The Hubble space telescope is equipped with oxygen tanks.
The Hubble space telescope is part telescope and part satellite.
A refracting telescope forms a real image.
There are several different kinds of telescopes.
The Hubble telescope is outside the atmosphere.
A group of six planets that are very close together
A planet that is larger than any of its nearby stars
A large system of stars held together by gravity
All of the objects in space
The path from the moon to the earth
All of the stars you can see
Living, human figures
Objects in space
Things that are alive
When the radio waves first started
Where the radio waves come from
How often the radio waves vibrate
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