New telescopes, spotting scopes, monculars
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Telescopes tend to be long, sometimes they are made shorter by putting a bump (prism) in the middle and are known as 'spotting scopes'; when they are small enough to hold and use in one hand they are called monoculars.
Monoculars are half-telescopes, but small. There is no difference between a very small telescope and a monocular. Do not confuse this with monacle, which is a lens you hold in the eye, in place of spectacles. Or the antique small folding telescopes which are called spyglasses.
At the moment we have one new telescope