Picture Of Keplerian Astronomical Refracting Telescope Built By Johannes Hevelius

Picture Of Keplerian Astronomical Refracting Telescope Built By Johannes Hevelius

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The Keplerian Telescope

Johannes Kepler is without a doubt one of the most important scientists that contributed to the rise of Enlightenment, a scientific movement that significantly impacted the development of Renaissance Europe. Many of his most important discoveries happened because of his involvement with telescopes, which were introduced to them by none other than Galileo Galilei.

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John Hadley

John Hadley is today remembered as scientist who was the first who managed to significantly evolve Isaac Newton designs of reflecting telescope by the introduction of precision aspheric and parabolic speculum metal mirrors.

Hans Lippershey

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Jacob Metius

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