Astronomy Telescope Space

Hubble Space Telescope - Chapter 3

All the TV shows about characters that live or come from space such as the transformers, the TV show V or various other animated spots have kids wondering something. That would be wondering to know where all these characters come from.

The answer is up in space from another galaxy. At least that is what they think. The younger they are the more they believe that Optimus Prime out there somewhere just waiting to come down and save the earth the earth from the decepticons. An imagination is a good thing to have.

How can you use this interest to get kids interested in the stars?

Get them a telescope. A telescope will allow them to see craters on the moon, distant stars, the rings around saturn and much more. Just be sure they do not use it to look into the neighbors house down the street.

While looking at the stars with your child, you can suggest that maybe the transformers are living in a crater in the moon. You can find the name of that crater and your child will probably never forget where it is or the name. You can ask questions while the child is looking through the telescope. You can ask where they think the decepticons live. When they pick out a place, that celestial body will be in their memory for a lifetime. It will give them something to tell their kids.

To further advance this interest in space you will need a good telescope. Do not go and buy a toy telescope from a toy store. They are just that, toys. They will not allow you to get the full experience of star gazing either.

Get your child interested in something besides sitting in front of a TV and playing video games. Head on over to http://www.reflectingtelescope.net/ where you can find all the answers to your questions and get a good reflecting telescope that will get them outside in the fresh air and spending time with you.

what is the difference between the two optical telescope used in astronomy?

the refracting,reflecting,catadiotrophic and the hubble space telescopes

Refracting is like a pirate scope... lens at the end, long with an eyepiece in line with the lens

Reflecting has a mirror at one end (so it REFLECTS). The light comes in a hole, bounces off the mirror and then is reflected into a slanted mirror into the eyepiece

The Hubble is a Reflector.

The Cadiotropic (sp) is similar to a reflector except it refold the reflected image with extremely precise lenses.




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