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Explain the construction of Galileo's telescope.
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  • The Galileo’s telescope is made up of two or more convex lenses.
  • The lens facing the object is called the objective lens which is made as large as possible to collect the maximum amount of light coming from a heavenly object.
  • The lens closer to the eye is called the eyepiece which uses the light collected by the objective lens and produces a large image of the source.
  • Such a telescope is also called a refracting telescope.
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