6A70.24 - Galileoscope and Spyglass Telescope
The Galileoscope and the Spyglass telescopes are ready to go at a moments notice. You will need to adjust the length on each telescope to bring your viewing object into focus. This adjustment will be critical when trying to image something in the Lecture Rooms.
- "Galilean Telescope", Pike's Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific & Medical Instruments, Pike's Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and Philosophical Instruments, 1984, p. 176.
- "Pocket Achromatic Telescopes", Pike's Illustrated Catalogue of Scientific & Medical Instruments, Pike's Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and Philosophical Instruments, 1984, p. 177.
- The Queen Catalogues Vol. I, Catalogue of Terrestrial Telescopes, The Lookout Glass, p. 11.
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