In this video, we explore the differences between refracting and reflecting telescopes.
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Author: Randy Dobson
If this gets enough views, you could make a video on binoculars, too. They are super fascinating as well.
I was here before you blew up
Randy, your channel has immense potential. even with the small amount of subscribers and views, you are producing excellent videos with at least the same quality of larger channels like VSauce. keep it up! I love your work.
Amazing video! You’ve been doing a good work in your vids
relevant xkcd from last week: http://xkcd.com/1791/
I’m looking to buy my first telescope and I’m trying to gather as much information as I can and I found this video very useful. Thanks a lot.
Great video Randy!
Love your videos!
this is very well done! Thanks for the clear explanation 😀
Great and on to point video!Explains the topic perfectly!
good job Randy
Are you related to John Dobson?
thanks for this video, its educating, i needed a bit of this +1 like, subscribed, Wolf.
Awesome, this answered a bunch of questions I always had
Love it man keep it up 🙂
I looked up Abberation in the dictionary and couldn’t find it, cause turns out it’s spelled Aberration haha. Minor mistake though, still a great video! Thanks
Very nice graphics and good explanation! Keep up and you’ll grow in no time 😉
Thank you for this.
Why do refracting telescopes require more upkeep than reflecting ones? I’ve been interested in getting a telescope recently, so this video was really helpful, but I was kind of confused on that part.