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terrestrial telescope

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  • noun A telescope which, unlike most telescopes used for astronomical purposes, contains an arrangement of lenses presenting an erect (non-inverted) image to the observer, suitable for observation of objects on the Earth's surface.
  • noun astronomy An astronomical telescope which is physically located on the surface of the Earth, as distinct from a telescope located in outer space.

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