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Glow in the Dark... Telescope history

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The very first accurate star map was created with 850 of the closest stars. It was important because we finally know about the stars and how when the earth moves we can't see some of them.
1608 A.D.
The very first telescope is made, but it isn't very good yet. It is important because we can now see beyond the earth into space and planets, we are no longer limited to minor discoveries.
1609 A.D.
Galileo makes a telescope of his own and discovers more about the planets and stars far away. It's important because they now have more knowledge about space, and can advance from there.
1781 A.D.
William Hershel discovers the planet Uranus for the very first time ever. It's important because they know of a new planet, and they can make new discoveries.
Asians used bone carvings of dead animals that they ate to carve phases of the moon.
30,000 B.C
This is important to our astronomy now because it was the first advancement in astronomy ever.
Lunar Calendar
2,000
B.C.
The first Lunar calendar is invented. It was a big deal because it was one of the first big advancements, and it helps us know more today.
136
B.C.
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This was a theory on how the universe was created. It is important because it explained how everything we know today was created.
280 B.C.
The first suggestion that the earth revolves around the sun , and estimation of the distance between the earth and the sun. This was important because previously it was thought that the earth is the center is the center of the universe.
240 B.C.
The first measurement of the circumference of the earth. This is important because we know how big the earth is, and it gives us more knowledge about the planet we live on.
1054 A.D.
The first super nova was observed. They discovered something new that they didn't know before.
1572 A.D.
Tycho Brahe sighted a famous super nova. it changed our understanding of the universe forever because it revealed that there can be changes in the sky beyond the moon.
1610 A.D.
Galileo observes more about the moon using his telescopes to get more knowledge about it.
Telescope History
1610 A.D
Galileo discovers more about the planets. This is important because they need to know about what is around them.
1840 A.D.
John Draper produces the first photograph of the moon. This is important because they can now study deep into the moon, and they can now show people what it looks like without using a telescope.
1668 A.D.
1670 A.D.
A refracting telescope is made that is 150 feet long, and hung by ropes. This is important because they can discover new things with such a big telescope.
The first realistic estimate of stars is made. It is important because they need to know how big, and how filled the universe is.
13 Billion Years Ago
The Big Bang Theory
Glow in the Dark
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