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Timeline: A History Of Telescopes
1609: Lippershey and Galilee had the idea of the telescope, and then the telescope was made.
The Telescope's Ethical Issues
How It Was Designed
The telescope was invented in 1609, by Hans Lippershey.
The telescope was first brought to public attention in Alkmaar, In the Netherlands.
The telescope had a good effect on
society even if for a while in the form of the people ,after closely observing the beauty of nature and the sky, tried to stop its destruction.
Another good effect that the telescope had on society was that people became more informed about space and even our solar system pushing us forward.
What Could Happen
The telescope started off as just a tube, and Lippershey soon added optical lenses or curved lenses to focus visible light. It then reflects light to project the other stars and planets.
The telescope is a very helpful and useful piece of technology. Though it's invention was a long time ago we, humans, have improved and expanded upon the original idea of it.
I think that in the future, people will upgrade the telescope by changing the way to look at the stars.
-different ways to power them
1670: Denzig creates a refracting telescope about 150 ft. long
1789: William Hershel discovered the planet Uranus with a 40 ft. telescope that was funded by King George III
1840: J. W. Draper had taken a picture of the moon using the telescope.
2005:The twin-mirrored Large Binocular Telescope was made in Arizona. The LBT delivers the images ten times sharper than the Hubble Space telescope. It is the telescope of the next generation.
1882: The U.S. Navel took pictures of the Venus Transit and out of many pictures, only a few images actually showed the planet.
1897: At Yerkes Observatory, the 40-inch telescope was completed and remains the largest refracting telescope.
1917: In Pasadena, California, The 100 inch telescope saw the first light in space.
1990:The Hubble Space Telescope was launched by a space shuttle called Discovery.
1930: Clyde Tombough discovers Pluto, the smallest and outermost planet in the Milky Way.
1948: On Palomar Mountain, California, the 200-inch Hale Telescope has helped science by finding more about galaxies and quasars.
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By: Andrea Sanabria