Pico de Orizaba – Telescope

| July 24, 2012 | 14 Comments

Pico de Orizaba view from the summit about “Gran Telescopio Milimetrico” (Great Milimetric Telescope) , come with www.hgmexico.com mountain guides

Use rubber cement to glue the magnifying glass to the first tube. Learn how to make an upside down telescope in thisfree crafts video. Expert: Gary Zier Bio: Gary Zier, originally from Florida, is a systems administrator with 10 years of computer networking experience and an expertise in conditional access security systems. Filmmaker: Gary Zier
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  1. hgmexico says:

    great video with hgmexico.com

  2. hoanganh1938 says:

    that was great!

  3. destroyer3646 says:

    why the fuck was the stupid add in a different language

  4. rweerakkody4565 says:

    yes. adding a third lens doesnt do any good.

  5. Swiftyforever100 says:

    Me too ! <3

  6. MegaWilliam212 says:

    my science fair is Coming soon So I Got A+ Because I was Busy On Project

  7. HDRSlipknot175 says:

    chida forma de hacer u telescopio

  8. WulfBand says:

    That rubber cement works great for the seal.

    Speaking of seals !

    What does a Walrus & a Postman have in common ?

    Their Both looking for a Tight Seal 😉

  9. freakman420 says:

    hell i don’t know. i didn’t have the resources to try it myself. it sounded logical to me

  10. vishnudrago99 says:

    it is bullshit .

  11. MiCompre says:

    What ya need is an ‘erector’ lens. Otherwise it is an astronomical telescope, for which purpose it don’t matter seeing stuff upside down. I think Lol!


  12. DarkTemp0 says:

    to make it right side up you use a diverging lens as the eyepiece (the small lens)
    The lensen don’t need to be the same. On the contrary, the objective must be as large as posible, with a big focal length while the eyepiece must be the oposite. This answers your point about zoom, the power of the scope is given by Fob/Foc, where Fob is focal length of the objective and Foc is the focal length of the eyepiece, the resoling power (the “fine detail” you can see) is given by objective diameter

  13. kickn6btkclan says:

    f u its not easy

  14. Sampsadellic says:

    Freakman420 is wrong. Try adding a third lens. Does not work.

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