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Cornelis Drebbel’s Micro-Telescope
Telescoop

Origin

Cornelis Drebbel

Year of Creation

1628

Type

Telescope

Function

Allows the user to see great distances and microscopic particles

Location

Gadget Garage

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Retrieval

November 29, 1937

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OriginEdit

Cornelis Drebbel was an avid inventor, building the first submarine, the first microscope with convex lenses and as well as telescopes of fantastic quality. This particular invention was kept a family secret for decades until it was stolen by F. Davidson who patented it as his own in 1920, but could never make it work the way Drebbel did.

EffectsEdit

The M-T (as Claudia calls it) has over 300 lenses and can be adjusted by turning several rings on the shaft. The micro-telescope was Drebbel’s most prized invention as it allows the user to see great distances as well as minuscule particles.

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