Hey guys, just wondering what limits how far an eye can see... I understand how an eye works. Light comes though the lens and focus on the retina, which goes to brain for interpretation, etc. And I understand the workings of different types of teloscopes. In different ways they gather lots of light and focus it through the eyepiece. I think essentially they collect more light for the viewer. But is that all that is different? If our eye was as wide as the front lens of a teloscope, would our eyesight be equivalent to a teloscope?