Space has been a subject of scientific interest for centuries, and the reason for the development of some fascinating inventions. One of the most notable astronomers was Galileo Galilei, a Venetian whose accomplishments include the first known telescopic observation of the sky at night. Moving on to the 19th century, the first clear telescopic photograph of the moon was achieved. However, it was not until after the mid 20th century that the collaboration of science and space led to the first solar probe, the first human-crewed spaceflight, and of course, the moon landing. Today, it does not seem unreasonable that science will allow humans to reach Mars.
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