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Monocular History.

“Mono” means single. Monocular telescopes are used nowadays for different purposes.

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A look at the Biggest Telescopes in the World

The Telescope turns 400 years old this year and in four century period astronomers and telescope makers have been continually making larger and larger telescopes in order to peer deeper and deeper into the mysteries of the universe. There are currently quite a few enormous instruments in use and there are several next generation telescopes being developed that will dwarf anything currently in use. This article takes a look at some of these magnificent monsters of astronomy.

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Celestron Nature Monocular.

antastic for outdoors events, is this Celestron Monocular.

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Beach Decor And Antique Telescopes

Antique telescopes are decorative items with both a lovely shine and history. Because so many antique telescopes are in near mint condition, the telescope is thought to be a decorative item that preserves itself well over many years. Since bronze and brass are both metals used many times in maritime device-making, antique telescopes are made of these two metals more than any other. Brass is a unique material in that it remains largely unaffected by the sea salt and the rust the ocean causes.

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Barska Blackhawk Monocular.

What we have here is a truly excellent scope.

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How to buy a telescope

Buying a first telescope for you or for someone else as a gift can be a bit tricky if you don’t know a lot about telescopes. This article will guide you through making the right choice based on price, performance, and what your astronomical goals are.

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NACA and NASA, Part VII

Authors: Relly Victoria Virgil Petrescu and Florian Ion Tiberiu Petrescu

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Complete Information on Amaurosis fugax with Treatment and Prevention

Those experiencing Amaurosis usually experience complete symptom abeyance within a few minutes. In a small minority of those who experience Amaurosis, stroke or vision loss has resulted.

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Carl Zeiss 6x18B Monocular.

When it comes to optics, Carl Zeiss is a name that needs no introduction.

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Vortex Solo 8×36 Monocular.

The vortex solo monocular is of interest because it has a 36 mm objective lens.

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Choosing The Right Telescope

Ever since Galileo, people have been pointing ... to the heavens and ... their view of this world by looking outside of it into other worlds. It can be a ... and ... endevo

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Huygens and the biggest telescopes of the 17th Century

Christiaan Huygens was born in Holland in 1629 and he was a mathematical genius who invented several important mechanical devices including the pendulum clock. He had a deep understanding of astronomy, optics, mathematics, and mechanical devices. And he built some of the largest telescopes of the 17th century.

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Nikon 5×15 HG Monocular.

The Nikon 5 x 15 high grade monocular has been known to be used by police offers during stake outs of suspects homes.

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How to choose a beginner telescope

Nowadays, human beings have showed great interests in the space and stars. In order to observe stars and the movement of planets, the telescopes are really indispensable, especially for beginners. This article will help you in a lot.

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