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Herschel (name) In places: Herschel, Eastern Cape, South Africa Herschel, Saskatchewan Herschel, Yukon Herschel Bay, Canada Herschel Heights, Alexander Island, Antarctica Herschel Island, Canada Mount Herschel, Antarctica Cape Sterneck, Antarctica In astronomy: Herschel (crater), various craters in the solar system 2000 Herschel, an asteroid 35P/HerschelRigollet, a comet Herschel Catalogue (disambiguation), various astronomical catalogues of nebulae Herschel Medal, awarded by the UK Royal Astronomical Society Herschel Museum of Astronomy, in Bath, United Kingdom Herschel Space Observatory, operated by the European Space Agency Herschel wedge, an optical prism used in solar observation Herschel's Garnet Star, a red supergiant star William Herschel Telescope, in the Canary Islands Telescopium Herschelii, a constellation Uranus, for a time known as Herschel In other uses: Allan Herschell Company, which specialized in amusement park rides HerschelBulkley fluid, a generalized model of a non-Newtonian fluid Herschel baronets, of the United Kingdom Herschel Girls' School, a private day and boarding school in Cape Town Herschel Grammar School, in Slough, Berkshire, England Herschel graph, a bipartite undirected graph Herschel Greer Stadium, in Nashville, Tennessee Herschel Walker trade, the largest player trade in the history of the National Football League Herschel Supply Co., Canadian backpack manufacturer USNS Hershel "Woody" Williams (T-ESB-4), sister ship of USNS Lewis B. Puller (T-ESB-3), a mobile landing platform

Herschel constructed his first large telescope in 1774, after which he spent nine years carrying out sky surveys to investigate double stars. The resolving power of the Herschel telescopes revealed that the nebulae in the Messier catalogue were clusters of stars. Herschel published catalogues of nebulae in 1802 (2,500 objects) and in 1820 (5,000 objects). In the course of an observation on 13 March 1781, he realized that one celestial body he had observed was not a star, but a planet, Uranus. This was the first planet to be discovered since antiquity and Herschel became famous overnight. As a result of this discovery, George III appointed him Court Astronomer. He was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society and grants were provided for the construction of new telescopes. Herschel pioneered the use of astronomical spectrophotometry as a diagnostic tool, using prisms and temperature measuring equipment to measure the wavelength distribution of stellar spectra. Other work included an improved determination of the rotation period of Mars, the discovery that the Martian polar caps vary seasonally, the discovery of Titania and Oberon (moons of Uranus) and Enceladus and Mimas (moons of Saturn). In addition, Herschel discovered infrared radiation. Herschel was made a Knight of the Royal Guelphic Order in 1816. He was the first President of the Royal Astronomical Society when it was founded in 1820. He died in August 1822, and his work was continued by his only son, John Herschel.