Gregorian Reflecting

Telescope

This type of telescope was first described in 1663 by James Gregory (1638-1675), a Scottish mathematician and astronomer, professor at the University of Edinburgh and St. Andrews University in Scotland. Inventor of the first reflecting telescope. He proposed a method of determining an astronomical unit based on observations of the transit of Venus in front of the disc of the Sun.

Model based on

Gregorian Reflecting Telescope

by

Museum of Malopolska

Licensed under

Beautiful Things for Spatial Computing

Beautiful Things

for Spatial Computing