Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Gr. viewing afar, farseeing; far, far off + a watcher, akin to to view: cf. F. télescope,. See Telegraph, and -scope
He had told his little son, aged five years, to look through the telescope.
"The Book of the Damned" by Charles Fort
Telescopic: arranged so that one portion of an organ or process may be drawn into another, like the joints of a telescope.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
She found enjoyment, too, in peering through the great telescopes at the heavenly wonders.
"Debts of Honor" by Maurus Jókai
Shandon pointed his telescope in the direction indicated, and confirmed the pilot's announcement.
"The English at the North Pole" by Jules Verne
Preparation of Large Mirrors or Lenses for Telescopes.
"On Laboratory Arts" by Richard Threlfall
As they did so, Captain Dall put his telescope to his eye for a moment, wishing to scan closely the features of the chief.
"Sunk at Sea" by R.M. Ballantyne
Occasionally the doctor scanned the side of the mountain with his telescope.
"The Motor Maids at Sunrise Camp" by Katherine Stokes
He showed Myra its wonders through the telescope, discoursing on them with glee.
"Shining Ferry" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Oh, but am I not glad that General Zuroaga gave me that old telescope?
"Ahead of the Army" by W. O. Stoddard
He used the telescope and contemplated Walden on its screen.
"The Pirates of Ersatz" by Murray Leinster
How often have the critics, trained
To look upon the sky
Through telescopes securely chained,
Forgot the naked eye.
"A Criticism of Critics" by Robert Fuller Murray
"Alas! no present saint we find;
The white cymar gleams far behind,
Revealed in outline vague, sublime,
Through telescopic mists of time!
"The Chapel of the Hermits" by John Greenleaf Whittier
They brought him onions strung on ropes,
And cold boiled beef, and telescopes,
And balls of string, and shrimps, and guns,
And chops, and tacks, and hats, and buns.
"Pasha Bailey Ben" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Ah me! I see him on the cliff!
Farewell, farewell to hope,
If he should look this way, and if
He's got his telescope!
To whatsoever place I flee,
My odious rival follows me!
"Size And Tears" by Lewis Carroll
The old have had their days of hope,
They worked as through a telescope,
On years to come;—which came and fled,
But left sweet vestiges behind,
In Memory's heart of hearts enshrined,
The joys of love—the sainted dead.
"Pleasures of Memory" by John Bowring
Then she cried, Oh! father dear, come here and see the wreck,
See, here take the telescope, and you can inspect;
Oh! father, try and save them, and heaven will you bless;
But, my darling, no help can reach them in such a storm as this.
"Grace Darling or "The Wreck of the Forfarshire"" by William Topaz McGonagall
Euclid telescope to probe dark universe.
Despite the many observations by Hubble and other telescopes, astronomers are not sure what is causing the brightening.
Take a Tour Around the Telescope Array Where We're Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life.
Hubble telescope reveals farthest -ever view of universe.
Hubble telescope reveals farthest view into universe ever.
Department Of Energy/international Large Array Telescope Team).
The Gargantuan Telescope Designed to Find Life on Other Planets.
The Hubble Space Telescope, apparently.
Gezari (Johns Hopkins University), A Rest (Space Telescope Science Institute) and R.
Planet could be close enough to observe with conventional telescopes.
Hubble telescope finds Needle galaxy in celestial haystack.
I could see them at a distance, without a telescope.
DRILLERS began work last week on a revolutionary astronomical telescope that will operate three miles beneath the surface of the Pacific Ocean.
He had to set the clock to the exact time of local noon, as determined by his transit telescope.
Hubble's photo of Arp 274, the winner of a public contest to decide the space telescope's target for the International Year of Astronomy's "100 Hours of Astronomy" project.
The Whipple 10m telescope was the ﬁrst IACT telescope to be operated (Cawley, 1990).
An Overview of The VERITAS Prototype Telescope And Camera
The observations have been made either at the 1.6 m LNA telescope in Brazil or with the 1.52 m ESO telescope in Chile.
An estimate of the time variation of the abundance gradient from planetary nebulae III. O, S, Ar, and Ne: A comparison of PN samples
Spectra from the ESO Very Large Telescope and ESO 3.6m Telescope of 24 objects in the sample.
Complete identification of the Parkes half-Jansky sample of GHz peaked spectrum radio galaxies
The 1.32 m telescope diameter and the 2.2 m distance between the telescope secondary and the back of the Offner relay deﬁne the overall size of the payload.
The Molecular Hydrogen Explorer H2EX
Experimental hard X–/gamma–ray astronomy is moving from direct sky-viewing telescopes to focusing telescopes.
Focusing of gamma-rays with Laue lenses: first results