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Can you see galaxies with a telescope?
Yes, you can see galaxies with a telescope. A telescope is a device that helps you see things that are far away, like stars and galaxies.
Is a 70mm telescope good?
A 70mm telescope is not as good as a 100mm telescope because it has a smaller aperture. A 100mm telescope has a much larger aperture and is better for astrophotography and imaging.
Can I see the rings of Saturn with a 70mm telescope?
Yes, you can see the rings of Saturn with a 70mm telescope. However, it is best to do this in a dark sky location as the light from the planet will be too bright for most people to see.
How far can a 50mm telescope see?
A 50mm telescope can see about 25 miles.
Why is it called a telescope?
The word "telescope" is derived from the Greek words τῆλε (tele) and σκοπεῖν (skopein), meaning "far" and "to look or see", respectively.