Traducción de telescopic en Español:

telescopic

telescópico, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌtɛləˈskɑpɪk//tɛlɪˈskɒpɪk/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (relating to telescope)
    (view/observations) telescópico
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    • But telescopic observation reveals the different rings of the Saturn, called the Cassini divisions, as well as the nebula of the constellations such as the ‘Orion.’
    • The telescopic observations used by Galileo to confute the Aristotelians are bound up with complex assumptions having to do with optics: this penetration of observation by theory is typical.
    • It has also entered its uninteresting season for telescopic observers; it looks like a small, featureless, gibbous Moon for the rest of the year.
    • He saw it directly and it was visible for some months, but is now a telescopic object.
    • By 1613 Galileo believed that his telescopic observations of the moons of Jupiter proved that the Earth and planets revolved round the Sun.
    • This was done first through telescopic measurements and early spacecraft fly-bys.
    • His telescopic observations forever changed how we understand the heavens; the Linceans hoped that their microscopic observations would do the same for the terrestrial world.
    • As with Galileo's first telescopic observations, these explorations will stimulate discussion on the origins of the newly revealed landscapes.
    • The red and pink shades which color the horizon at these hours may be admired by lovers and vacationers, but to astronomers they are unwanted atmospheric phenomena that get in the way of telescopic observations.
    • Scientists have studied the rocks and soil returned from the Moon by the Apollo astronauts and have used telescopic and spacecraft observations to learn a great deal about the lunar environment.
    • To oversimplify, then, Galileo's telescopic observations of remote surfaces and of appearances he knew to be illusions were revelatory in a way that the Linceans' microscopic scrutiny of matters at hand could not be.
    • This area had been studied extensively with telescopic images, and a near-equatorial landing would be most favorable for return-to-Earth trajectories.
    • This helps explain why a favorite target of many amateur observers is the one telescopic object they know will actually change right before their eyes: Jupiter.
    • She said that telescopic observations reported in 1977 reported the detection of methane and ethane on Neptune but not Uranus.
    • In 1609 and 1610, Italian mathematician and astronomer Galileo Galilei and German astronomer Simon Marius began telescopic studies of Jupiter and its system.
    • Centuries of telescopic observations revealed Mars to have a dynamic surface and atmosphere.
    • While Mars and the Moon were objects of much attention by early telescopic observation, the surface of Venus remained a mystery.
    • His astronomy brought back to the fore, he went on to make the earliest telescopic observations in England.
    • This has happened only six times in since telescopic observations began: in 1631, 1639, 1761, 1769, 1874 and 1882.
    • It appeared similar to a telescopic view of a nebula and had a diameter of about half that of the lunar/solar disk.
  • 2

    (extending)
    (tripod) telescópico
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    • Among the new information is the fact that although the circular shaft of the minaret appears from the exterior to consist of three telescopic sections, structurally there are in fact only two.
    • When the sun comes out, it will open, allowing users to swim under blue skies, but when the weather turns, the telescopic structure will slide shut and heating will kick in.
    • Yet the telescopic boom design allows the operator to work in close when on severe slopes or in unstable conditions.
    • The telescopic boom section is the one nearest the truck, and a folding section of slick line bridges the extending portion.
    • The vehicle that we are here concerned with is essentially a telescopic boom designed and constructed to raise or lower platforms or other fixtures to required positions.