There is no tool that has helped scientists learn more about deep space than the telescope. Invented in 1608 by Hans Lippershey, a Dutch eyeglass maker, and later improved upon by Galileo himself, the telescope has long been used to view stars and other celestial bodies.

Telescopes use a series of curved mirrors to focus and enlarge light. This lets astronomers study stars that are trillions of miles away! By looking closely, they can calculate the star’s age, its size, and distance from Earth.

What can you learn by examining your career?

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