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NOUN   an astrograph | astrographs
астрограф {м}
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Translation for 'astrograph' from English to Russian

астрограф {м}астрон.фото
Usage Examples English
  • Planet Pluto was discovered by looking at photographs (i.e. 'plates' in astronomy vernacular) in a blink comparator taken with a refracting telescope, an astrograph with a 3 element 13-inch lens.
  • It was reported that Germans took out the metal parts of the astrograph to Lviv. Now they are kept indoors at the Lviv University Faculty of Physics.
  • The main equipment in the observatory was the astrograph, whose lens was 33 cm in diameter.
  • GR 8 was discovered at the Lick Observatory using the 20-inch astrograph in either 1946, 1947, or 1951.
  • From 1949 until 1966, the Indiana Asteroid Program was conducted at Goethe Link, using a 10-inch Cooke triplet astrograph ("f/"6.5).
  • Also, while the newer 32 cm astrograph was felt to be adequate for photography, the director of the observatory was unhappy with its performance in spectroscopy.
  • Tombaugh was also an amateur astronomer who was building his own telescopes, although he discovered Pluto using Lowell Observatory's astrograph.
  • ] astrograph. It is the third comet discovered by Borisov.
  • As the main instrument of the observatory, an astrograph was ordered to Carl Zeiss Jena in Germany on December 11, 1935.
  • 61-m f/4 astrograph from Westfield, IL (H21) and showed a 6″ coma and a tail 25″ long in PA 260°.
  • In 1886 a Henry astrograph with 13-inch objective was acquired.
  • Astrographs were often used to make surveys of the night sky, and one of the famous projects was Carte du Ciel.
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