In visual telescopes, the front focus of the eyepiece matches the back focus of the objective. In this case, a parallel beam

In visual telescopes, the front focus of the eyepiece matches the back focus of the objective. In this case, a parallel beam of rays emerges from the eyepiece. How does an observer still see an image of a celestial object?

The actual image of an object on the retina is the lens.

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