telestereoscope

noun
tele·​stereoscope | \ ¦telə+\

Definition of telestereoscope

: a binocular telescope especially : one in which the distance between the objectives is greater than the interocular distance and which is used to obtain enhanced impressions of relief in distant objects

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History and Etymology for telestereoscope

International Scientific Vocabulary tel- entry 1 + stereoscope; originally formed as German telestereoskop

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