This NASA website shows how astronomers observe the heavens across the whole spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. Text and diagrams explain how various kinds of telescopes are designed to observe radiation at particular wavelengths. Photographs show various telescopes, both on Earth and in orbit.
It takes more than one kind of telescope to see the light. (1999, April 20). Retrieved November 30, 2015, from Science@NASA: http://spacescience.spaceref.com/newhome/headlines/features/ast20apr99_1.htm
Science@NASA. It takes more than one kind of telescope to see the light. Greenbelt: Science@NASA, April 20, 1999. http://spacescience.spaceref.com/newhome/headlines/features/ast20apr99_1.htm (accessed 30 November 2015).
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