from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An instrument for compounding colors by combining the light reflected from different colored surfaces.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Astron.) A reflecting telescope, part of which is made to rotate eccentrically, so as to produce a ringlike image of a star, instead of a point; -- used in studying the scintillation of the stars.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A reflecting
telescope, part of which is made to rotateeccentrically, so as to produce a ringlike image of a star, instead of a point; used in studying the scintillationof the stars.
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Sophie's alternative theory was that some real camp guy got elected the city's construction-materials regulator, and you just couldn't get anything else past his Garish-Guard chromatoscope.
The application of the chromatoscope is almost unlimited, as it can be used with all objectives up to the 1/8.
Some time ago Mr. J.D. Hardy devised an instrument, which he has named a chromatoscope, so easily made by any one who has a spot lens that we take the following description from the _Journal_ of the Royal