Friday, 28 January 2011

History And Types of Microscope Telescope

History Microscope Telescope 

Microscope telescope was first discovered in 1608. A Dutch citizen named Hans Lippershyyan originating from the town of Middleburg and the profession as a carpenter to make a lens to find this tool by accident. Then the knowledge of science related to the knowledge of astronomy began to be introduced by Galileo in 1609. 

At that time, Galileo was observing the various objects or objects in space by using a refraction lens that number in half and arranged in such a way as to form a kind of binoculars. The tool is then more widely known people with binoculars as a stage name. 

After the discovery and development of the microscope telescope continues to grow. Because some time later a scientist named Sir Isaac Newton also found a tool whose utility is also to see objects in the sky. 

But the results of this discovery is more perfect because the mirror that is used is capable of distinguishing or separating an object that is less clear. Then in 1781 there was a scientist named William Herchel again managed to detect the presence of the planet Uranus by using a telescope which is about 12.91 meters. 

The development history of the microscope telescope had been developed when a another astronomer named Karl Gothe Jeansky managed to find the existence of a radio wave and bingang galaxy is located very far from Earth. 

Subsequently in 1957 in the UK exactly in the banks of the river Jodnel built a telescope that was made permanent. This is the first telescope in the world that can be utilized in the general population.

Microscope Telescope Types
According to experts, microscope telescope is divided into three types, namely:

1. Binoculars bias

In the microscope telescope for this type there are a few lenses. The lens of the binoculars of this bias is still divided into several kinds.

  • Binoculars are helpful to see the star objects in space and uses two convex lenses. 
  • Binoculars earth whose function is to make observations bada objects that are on land or sea that is located very far away so they can look clear and close.
  • Binoculars stage. Microscope telescope that Galileo binoculars also received this designation have a very distinctive characteristics, namely the short size and the number of lenses that also two, namely convex and concave.
  • Binoculars prism. The point is to observe the object from a far distance bayanganya results are not reversed. Thus it remains as the original object.
  • Binoculars are the last type of bias is called binocular pewriskop.

2. Binoculars reflective

Microscope telescope for this type there are three mirrors in it. Namely two concave mirrors and a flat function for the reflector and a convex lens that serves to ocular or objective of the concave mirror.

In general, the reflection mirror is more widely used for taking pictures or shooting equipment. So that is very rarely used to be used as direct observation binoculars.

3. Radio telescope

Microscope telescope latter is often also called radar telescope. Because its function is as radar. That is to detect an object or objects by using radio waves or signals. 

Source :: Anneahira


Peter on 30 January 2011 at 23:17 said...

Thank you so much for sharing.........
Stereo Microscope are one of the required research instruments which are widely used in scientific institutes, medical colleges and high schools for investigating case studies.
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