During school you may often use a microscope in a lab school to see objects that are very small in size which can not be seen by the eye, but do you know the history of the microscope?
The microscope is an optical instrument that can be used to see or observe objects that have a very small size. The microscope was first discovered in 1590 by Zacharias Jansen. Through the invention of this microscope, everyone can see objects that are very small.
Along with the advancement of technology, in 1665 a British scientist named Robert Hooke designed the compound microscope and has its own light source. Robert Hooke’s microscope design has the capability of objects up to 30 times magnification. Homemade through a microscope, Robert Hooke can find a cell on a wooden cork observed.