The credit for the invention of the telescope has been a subject of discussion. Thus, because Democritus announced that the Milky Way is composed of vast multitudes of stars, it has been maintained by some that he could only have been led to form such an opinion from actual examination with a telescope. Other passages from the Greek and Latin authors have similarly been cited to prove that the telescope was known to the ancients. But we are no more warranted in drawing such a conclusion without any evidence other than casual remarks, however sagacious, than we should be justified in stating that Seneca was in possession of the theories of Newton because he predicted that comets would one day be found to revolve in periodic orbits.
HANS LIPPERSHEY INVENTED REFRACTING TELESCOPE.
The telescope was invented way before that.
Galileo galilei invented the astronomic telescope Galileo galilei invented the astronomic telescope
Galileo had a theory, it was that the earth was NOT in the centre of the solar system like everyone thought, he made the first telescope and proved everyone wrong by looking into space and seeing that the sun was in the centre of the solar system, not the earth, doing this he also invented the telescope.
The first telescope was invented by Galileo.
Hens Lippershey invented the first telescope in 1608.
''The guy who invented the telescope is Hans.''
Galileo first invented what is recognized as the telescope.
Paul Gottlieb invented the electric telescope.
The invented the microscope and telescope. The invented the microscope and telescope.
The telescope was invented somewhere in the Netherlands. I know this because I personally have been researching the telescope for a project.
yes there are 2 large solar panels on the side of the Hubble space telescope.
The country where the telescope was invented was the Netherlands. It was invented by Hans Lippershey in 1608 in the city of Middelburg.
He invented the reflecting telescope in 1668 when he was 25
Lyman Spritzer invented the Spritzer Space Telescope.
Hans Lippershey invented the first telescope in 1608.
Hans Lippershey invented the telescope. The telescopes were first invented in 1608 by him. Galileo Galilei was the first of his time to use a telescope to look into space.
Lenses had been known for some time before the telescope was invented. No one really specifically "invented" the telescope lens, they simply used existing equipment (lenses) in a new device (the telescope).
The thermometer was invented in 1596 by Galileo Galilei. The telescope was invented by Hans Lippershey in 1608 but it was a very different version than what is known as the telescope today.
the reflecting telescope was invented in 1668 by Sir Isaac Newton.
The telescope was invented by a Greek mathematician named "Giovanni Dmysyany".
No, the first practical telescope was invented at the beginning of the 17th century.
the first refracting telescope was invented by Hans Lippershey in 1608
There would not be any info about the solar system and a telescope would not have been invented ( I Think) No one would have invented gravity & then where would you be ? (Joke !) I think the telescope was Galileo, it pre dates Newton.
The telescope was invented in 1608 not 2010. See related question.