Q: Who was the explorer that prove the world was round?

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Sir Francis Drake.

Danish explorer working for Russia was the last country to send an explorer to the new world. Vitus J. Bering reached American lands in 1741.

Yes Jacques Cartier believed that the world was round.

the apple is round and the world is round. Phisically the world is more like an egg than a apple

Magellan.

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The Portuguese explorer, Ferdinand Magellan and the Spanish fleet, proved the world was round. They were the first to circumnavigate around the world and complete the first voyage around the world.

Christopher Colombus was an Italian explorer who wanted to prove to the king and queen in Spain that the world was round so he went on a journey to prove it. he sailed on 3 ships santa maria, Nina, and the Pinta.

direct evidence there are pictures from space to prove that the world is round

To prove the world was round

Magellan sailed to prove that the world was round

Sir Francis Drake.

To prove he earth/world was round.

He wanted to prove that the world is round.

he want to prove that the world was round and not flat

Marco Polo is not regarded as an explorer in the new world. There are no official documents that prove he travelled to American and Oceania. Marco Polo only explored Europe to Asia.

No one. The explorers all ready knew the earth was round well before they began exploring. This is a fable that they didn't know.