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Thomas Savery's Steam Engine circa 1698<<<1500s
 
1604
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1608
  • Hans Lippershey invents the first refracting telescope.
1620
  • The earliest human-powered submarine invented.
1624
1625
  • Frenchmen, Jean-Baptiste Denys invents a method for blood transfusion.
1629
1636
  • W. Gascoigne invents the micrometer.
1642
1643
  • Evangelista Torricelli invents the barometer.
1650
1656
1660
  • Cuckoo clocks made in Furtwangen, Germany, in the Black Forest region.
1663
  • James Gregory invents the first reflecting telescope.
1668
  • Isaac Newton invents a reflecting telescope
1670
1671
1675
1676
1679
1698

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