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How long does light take to travel from one side of Earth’s orbit to the other?
What does the power of a telescope relate to?
Who proved first that light has a wave property?
What shape mirror produces the best image?
What does a Schmidt telescope have that a Cassegrain doesn't?
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What will the magnifying power be if the objective lens has a focal length of 60 mm and the eyepiece has a focal length of 12 mm?
What is the speed of light (in m/s)?
Who first demonstrated that light is a electromagnetic wave?
Which way does light bend when leaving a more dense material?
Which form of EM radiation has a wavelength of 1250 nm?
What units are used to measure the wavelength of light?
The QuestionCorrect Answer
1250nm forms to what type of EM radiation?
Which scientist 1st split light into a spectrum?
What happens to light as it passes into a more dense medium?
Who was first to show that light travels at a finite speed?
What type of mirror do Cassegrain telescopes have?
What color is the longest wavelength in the visible spectrum?
How much of the entire electromagnetic spectrum does visible light entail?
Who developed the first astronomical telescope?
Which way does light bend when entering a more dense medium?
Who developed the 1st reflecting telescope?
What is true for the speed of light for different colors (wavelengths)?

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