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 When did Galileo use a telescope to view the moon?

Answer In 1609, Galileo created a telescope that magnified the size of objects by a factor of 20. His invention was an improvement over other European telescopes that could only expand views of objects to... Read More »
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When did Galileo invent the telescope?

Galileo Galilei did not invent the telescope, but instead, historical data proves Hans Lipperhey did in 1608. Lipperhey was the first person to apply for a patent for a telescope. However, Galileo ... Read More »
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When was the telescope founded by Galileo Galilei?

Galileo Galilei learned about an instrument that allowed people to see faraway objects close up in early 1609. A spectacle maker, Hans Lippershey, had already applied for a patent and was trying to... Read More »
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Who inspired Galileo to invent the telescope?

The Italian physicist, mathematician and astronomer Galileo Galilei was inspired to create his first telescope by the work of Hans Lippershey of the Netherlands. Lippershey's spyglass invention was... Read More »
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Where did Galileo invent the telescope?

Galileo Galilei invented the telescope in 1609, when he was living in Padua, Italy. He worked as a professor at the University of Padua until shortly after the discovery, when he moved to Florence,... Read More »
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