Perception with the stripped eye could create a considerable lot of data about the earth's planetary group, however it has some critical cutoff points, and the development of photography in the nineteenth century would turn out to be a gigantic aid for cosmologists. The main individual to point a Polaroid at the sky was Louis Daguerre in 1839. He made a picture of the Moon by gradually tailing it over the sky. Tragically his lab torched a short while later so we don't have a record of his work. The most seasoned surviving photograph of the moon is from 1851, delivered by John Adams Whipple. Daguerre's commitment is still recognized, as the sort of photo is known as a daguerreotype.