Recent Examples of eyepiece from the Web
In addition, the observatory will be open and visitors will have an opportunity to take a look through the eyepiece of its 16-inch telescope.
The PlayStation VR, which suspends the eyepiece housing just in front of the eyes, remains the comfort champ.
At the eyepiece of its own telescope, the intelligent extraterrestrial might likewise be ogling Disney’s smaller, fainter home galaxy, the Milky Way.
For half a century, Bud Dorsey has kept an eye on life in Louisville through the eyepiece on a camera.
Positioned right over the shoulder of Smith throughout the hearing, a costumed hearing attendee twiddled his facial hair and adjusted his eyepiece throughout the hearing.
The microscope features dual eyepieces, a monitor showing visitors the conservator’s view, and a footpad that allows O’Connell to adjust the microscope without taking her hands off her work.
Having just made its closest pass to Earth less than a month ago, Saturn will still appear impressively big and bright through the eyepiece.
It was outfitted with a filter so guests could view the Sun through the eyepiece.
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EYEPIECE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eyepiece for English Language Learners
: the part of a telescope or microscope that you look through
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