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After commissioning and testing the telescope...


After giving an authority and testing..


I think telescopes dont need authorities.

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If you commission a piece of equipment, you bring it into regular use.

Normally, you would test it before commissioning it.


i don't understand why you are talking about authority here.

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mosja Does commission means test?

No, it doesn't.

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The dictionary said giving an authorithy.


https://www.ahdictionary.com/word/search.html?q=Commission

An officer in the army is said to be given a commission. eg He was commissioned as a major.

His commission is the source of his authority.

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The mayor of Paris intends to commission a new symphony for the opening of the restored Notre Dame Cathedral.

Commission collocated with a piece of music means that a person in authority will recruit a notable composer to write music for a special occasion.

CliveAn officer in the army is said to be given a commission. eg He was commissioned as a major.

This is confined to a military context.

A commission is an order that officially bestows a rank on someone and gives them the authority that is associated with that rank. (That is, the power to do certain acts.)

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This is confined to a military context.

A commission is an order that officially bestows a rank on someone and gives them the authority that is associated with that rank. (That is, the power to do certain acts.)


hmmm I thought I said that. LOL

Clive

mosjaDoes commission means mean test?

After auxiliary do (do, does, did) you must use the plain form of the verb.

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