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Refractor Telescopes

A refractor telescope is an optical instrument that utilizes lenses to gather and focus light to produce clear, magnified images of distant objects in space. It works by refracting, or bending, light as it passes through the lenses, resulting in enhanced visibility of celestial bodies such as stars, planets, and galaxies. Refractor telescopes are prized for their simplicity, durability, and minimal maintenance requirements, making them ideal for amateur astronomers and professionals alike.