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The earliest telescopes, which were constructed of two lenses in a long hollow tube, are called _______ telescopes. A. reflecting B. mirror C. refracting D. optical
The earliest telescopes, which were constructed of two lenses in a long hollow tube, are called refracting telescopes.
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The earliest telescopes, which were constructed of two lenses in a long hollow tube, are called refracting telescopes.
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