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Results for: telescope aligned on a meridian Translations: 1 – 30 / 50 English English telescope aligned on a meridian transit instrument (Astronomy) device used to measure altitude and azimuth of any of the objects in the sky (stars, planets, the moon, etc.), surveying instrument, telescope altazimuth able to see far, cannot be viewed without the use of a telescope; able to be shortened, collapsible, enlarging, of telescopes telescopic achieve something, be aligned, be understood, book for official records, cash register, computer memory location, correct alignment, display feeling or thought, enroll, heating grate, item in official list, record; book for maintaining records; style o... register aligned, all the way, at the same height, become even; make even; make level, smooth; balance, calm and steady, equal in amount, evening, exact in amount, exactly divisible by two, furthermore, level or equalize, not changing or fluctuating, not owing ... even alternative, arrange things in interchanging pattern, arranged in alternating pattern, be an understudy, every other, fluctuate, follow in interchanging pattern, interchange, take turns, rotate, substitute, not aligned, rotating, one after the other; i... alternate angle between meridian and hour circle hour angle angular distance on a meridian north or south of the equator (Geography) lat. (latitude) area of London through which the prime meridian passes Greenwich astronomical telescope Cassegrainian telescope astronomical telescope equatorial telescope astronomical telescope Gregorian telescope astronomical telescope, Schmidt camera Schmidt telescope binocular telescope telestereoscope by means of a telescope; in a telescopic manner, with parts that slide one within another to allow extension or contraction telescopically celestial great circle, circle circumscribing the earth that passes through the poles; longitudinal half of the earth (from one pole to the other); meridian line through any celestial being; noon, midday; climax, climactic period, half of a circle betw... meridian collapse neatly, condense something, device for looking at distant objects, optical device for making distant objects appear nearer and larger, radio telescope, shorten, become shorter telescope discoverer, one who finds, small telescope attached to larger telescope, somebody finding things finder Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), Italian mathematician and astronomer who perfected the refracting telescope Galilei Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), Italian mathematician and astronomer who perfected the refracting telescope Galileo grid, network of fine wires in the focus of the eyepiece of a telescope, reticule reticle having no acceptable justification, not having a straight vertical margin, unwarranted, inexcusable, reasonless; not aligned at the margin unjustified insert into another part, take in, infold (Biology), telescope into itself intussuscept instrument for reflecting light to telescope coelostat instrument for studying radio wave sources, telescope radio telescope light-refracting device, refracting telescope, something which causes refraction; refracting telescope, telescope that uses a lens or series of lenses to focus refractor mark (:) used in phonetics, part of intestine, punctuation mark, punctuation mark composed of two vertically aligned dots; part of the large intestine between the cecum and rectum (in humans); part of the digestive tract between the stomach and rectum ... colon meridian mer. neutral, non-aligned by party, one who is not biased, one who is not prejudiced nonpartisan not aligned with any sect or religion, not relating to religious subgroup, not restricted to one denomination nonsectarian
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