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You won’t have to assemble any parts as it boasts a one-piece telescopic design.

That means its mirrors need to be protected from stray light from the sun, the Earth and other objects it is not observing—hence tucking them away inside the telescopic body—allowing them to focus on the ones that it is.

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In addition, this wall-mounted model comes with an infrared heating head and telescopic pole stand that adjust to accommodate all kinds of spaces.

It’s often a challenge to pull signals out of the massive amounts of noise found in telescopic data.

He did not even have his own guns, though his family owned two, an AK-47 and a .308 rifle outfitted with a telescopic sight.

They are not nude photos taken with a telescopic lens from inside a private villa.

While hindsight is always telescopic, there were early warning signs that the currency of Facebook shares was primed for a fall.

By telescopic condensation of the field, Cragley was capable of bringing Deliphon on the instrument.

Whether it had this telescopic use, or others, the degree of art evinced in its construction is far from rude.

They had made telescopic observations from within the atmosphere.

Your botanical friend took a microscopic view of nature, while you took a telescopic view of it.

When the atmosphere is telescopic, and distant objects stand out unusually clear and sharp, a storm is near.


On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to telescopic, such as: far, far-flung, far-off, inaccessible, isolated, and obscure.

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