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What is the name of the astronomer who learned how to study space with a telescope?

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Astronomers can learn about bodies in space by studying the patterns formed from?

the light rays that are 'bent'[refracted] as they pass through a prism, and then focused upon the receiving 'tray' that contains the film that is processed to form Spectrograp

Why do astronomers put telescopes in space?

The Earth's atmosphere is about 120 miles thick and anything we see from the surface of the Earth is distorted by the water vapor and debris that is in the air. If you are in

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Why do astronomers send telescopes and probes into space?

Telescopes: Many, many times more effective in space because they are not trying to see through earths atmosphere. This is a tremendous advantage. Probes: Well designed and

What do astronomers learn by studying starlight?

Very nice one...... 1. The astronomers predict the distance between us and star. 2. The astronomers predict the age of star. 3. By noticing the intencity of light they predict

Why have astronomers place telescopes in space?

The Earth's atmosphere distorts light that passes through it. So when looking at other celestial objects, the light from those planets or stars has to pass through a distortin