﻿ The aperture of the largest telescope in the world is 5 m. if the separation between the moon and earth is 4 × 105 km and the wavelength of visible light is 5000 Å, then the minimum separation between the objects on the surface of the moon which can be just resolved is approximately:   : Kaysons Education

# The Aperture Of The Largest Telescope In The World Is 5 M. If The Separation Between The Moon And Earth Is 4 × 105 km And The Wavelength Of Visible Light Is 5000 Å, Then The Minimum Separation Between The Objects On The Surface Of The Moon Which Can Be Just Resolved Is Approximately:

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Correct option is

50 m

As limit of resolution  and if d is the distance between objects on the surface of moon which is at a distance r from the telescope,

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