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A telescope is an optical instrument used to magnify and view distant objects, such as stars, planets, and galaxies. Telescopes work by gathering light through a large objective lens or mirror, allowing for a closer look at celestial bodies. There are different types of telescopes, including refracting, reflecting, and compound telescopes, each with its own advantages and applications. They are essential tools for astronomers, astrophotographers, and amateur stargazers alike, providing insights into the vast universe beyond Earth. With advancements in technology, modern telescopes offer enhanced clarity and precision, making them indispensable for exploring the wonders of the cosmos.