(1) The reflector reflects the light from the lamp toward the condensing lens, which focuses the light onto the slide being projected.(2) The newest attraction is " Nellie, " the 36 inch reflector telescope unveiled in June.(3) They measured the dimensions of the multi-layer reflector and fed those details into a computer program.(4) There was even a large reflector telescope to view the action through the clouds.(5) The reflector telescope that Newton designed opened the door to magnifying objects millions of times - far beyond what could ever be obtained with a lens.(6) Also, because a glass reflector is harder and more scratch-resistant than a metal reflector , cracking of the coating is minimized, providing a longer service life.(7) Consider an optical telescope with an aperture of 5 meters, such as the 200-inch reflector at Palomar Mountain in California.(8) In accordance with another embodiment of the present invention, the head assembly includes an hyperbolic reflector .(9) The Base Balder Formation unconformity forms a highly undulating, structured seismic reflector .(10) Today, there are reflector telescopes which allow the viewer to get a clearer view of clusters and nebula.(11) The seismic reflector at the base of the Balder Formation follows a regional unconformity surface, which records erosion of a major branching drainage network into the underlying Palaeocene section, following a major base level fall.(12) Accordingly, a radio telescope consists of a concave metal reflector that focuses the radio waves on a receiver.(13) The lamps range in wattage from 13-watt to 32-watt and provide a very directed light using a reflector and lens system.(14) In the wood thrush's preferred concert hall of moist woods, every leaf seems to serve as his sound reflector , imparting bell-like reverberations to his clear, round notes.(15) Place a 3-inch wide red reflector behind the seat.(16) The gantry is a good place to mount the radar reflector as well.