Telescopes

A telescope is an optical instrument using lenses, curved mirrors, or a combination of both to observe distant objects, or various devices used to observe distant objects by their emission, absorption, or reflection of electromagnetic radiation. The first known practical telescopes were refracting telescopes invented in the Netherlands at the beginning of the 17th century, by using glass lenses. They were used for both terrestrial applications and astronomy. The reflecting telescope, which uses mirrors to collect and focus light, was invented within a few decades of the first refracting telescope. In the 20th century, many new types of telescopes were …

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Alberta Teachers' Association · 19 April 2024 English

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space units, one of the many said teacher Lindsay telescopes that were Unland. set up. LINDSAY UNLAND CORY


UAP: University of Alberta Press · 4 April 2024 English

That Audible Slippage invokes a poetics of active listening and environmental sound to investigate the ways in which we both hear and fail to hear insufficiency, loss, incompleteness, and other …

destiny33 Last night in the observatory the massive telescopes sat mute while a graduate student described the


RSC: Royal Society of Canada · 5 December 2023 French

2 La Société royale du Canada la sociéTé royale du canada La Société a été constituée en 1883 en vertu d’une loi du Parlement du Canada et a pour mission …

de mettre au point une nouvelle génération de télescopes millimétriques et à longueur d’onde radio, notamment


RSC: Royal Society of Canada · 5 December 2023 English

After rigorous evaluation and review of their accomplishments, leading individuals may be elected to one of the Society’s three Academies—the Academy of Arts and Humanities, the Academy of Social Sciences, …

generation of millimeter and radio wavelength telescopes—notably CHIME and the South Pole Telescope. He


AIC: Agricultural Institute of Canada · 29 November 2023 English

The revolutionary Savings and Credit Cooperative Society (SACCO) is increasingly putting land rights in the hands of women and facilitating access to the tools needed to build climate-resilient farming and …

sometimes working as technicians or operating telescopes and all kinds of STEM related things. Over time


RSC: Royal Society of Canada · 1 November 2023 English

After rigorous evaluation and review of their accomplishments, leading individuals may be elected to one of the Society’s three Academies—the Academy of Arts and Humanities, the Academy of Social Sciences, …

generation of millimeter and radio wavelength telescopes—notably CHIME and the South Pole Telescope. He


Wilson Center Canada · 3 July 2023 English

Although academic and non-profit sectors are the primary drivers of advancements in tools for open science, the federal government is inextricably linked to open science in the United States, from …

National Aeronautics and Space parts to ensure telescopes are inexpensive and 18+ teams around the world supplemented with educational lessons for finished telescopes reported modifications or science project that


CIDP: Centre for International and Defense Policy · 10 March 2023 English

The result was the formation of the United Nations and in particular Article 2(4), which prohibited “the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of …

not mass produced. SOF in the role of directed telescopes applied to the gray zone can not only provide


AUCC: Association of Universities & Colleges in Canada · 9 March 2023 English

They councils, Canadian Foundation for Innovation, National are a testament to the strength of our universities and a Research Council, the Rideau Hall Foundation and a reminder of the power …

Science. Dr. Kaspi, more FRBs than all other radio telescopes combined. director of the McGill Space Institute universe comes about and for me my main interest is telescopes and biggest observatories in the world,” in understanding


RI: Rideau Institute · 11 February 2023 English

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their brightness but still left them bright to telescopes and visible to the naked eye for a non-trivial and morning twilight for the largest- aperture telescopes. 2. If the constellation cannot be planned for could still be easily observable in even small telescopes. The reason for Priority No. 2 and associated operate, host, supervise or otherwise contribute to telescopes that could be impeded by light pollu- tion from org/core     ? ground-based telescopes? In accordance with Article 31 of the Vienna


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