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 In 129 BCE, the first star catalogue was completed by the GEEK astronomer Hipparchus. In 1543, the Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus published his ideas that the earth revolved around the sun. In 1576, Danish man’s leading observation in Uraniborg. In the early 1600s, the first type of telescope was made by spectate makers. They made distant objects appear closer. In 1609, the Italian scientist, Galileo built the first telescope and used his observations to prove Coperniu’s theory correct. In 1704, the English scientist Isaac Newton designed a reflector telescope with greater magnification and a clearer magnification and a clearer image than earlier telescopes. In 1926, American Robert Goddard launched the first liquid-fuelled rocket. In 1946, the idea of a telescope in space was suggested by an American astronomer Lyman Spitzer.

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