Feb. 21, 2010
-- Telescopes have come a long way in opening up the skies and unveiling the marvels of Universe. From the first practical reflecting telescope built by Isaac Newton way back in 1668, who also gave the name ‘Newtonian telescope’, telescopes today come in a plethora of types namely refracting telescope, reflecting telescope and optical telescopes including Infrared telescopes, Submillimetre telescopes, Ultraviolet telescopes and Fresnel Imager. Other telescopes that are made use of today mainly for astronomy include Radio telescopes, High energy particle & Gravitational wave telescopes.
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