What is an eyepiece in a visual telescope for? Is a visual telescope possible without an eyepiece?

An eyepiece is a magnifying glass with which the actual image produced by the lens is viewed. Without the use of an eyepiece, the eye can approach the image created by the lens only to a clear vision distance, which in adults is about 25 cm. The magnification of the visual telescope in this case will be very small.

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