The Most Famous Technological Discoveries of Galileo. ZEHRA MANAV. INTRODUCTION. Aim: to analyze his discoveries about physics and astronomy with their reasons and results. INTRODUCTION. Include:
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The Most Famous Technological Discoveries of Galileo
to analyze his discoveries about physics and astronomy with their reasons and results.
Invention of telescope,Four satellites of Jupiter,His book: ‘ Discussion of New Sciences ’,Invention of pendulum,Inquisition
except technological involvement in his life
Even though Galileo’s father who was a professional musician in
Galileo’sreal interests were mathematics, physics and astronomy along his life.
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He watched suspended lampswing back and forth in the cathedral of Pisa ...
consequently he made his most notablediscovery the
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Although he said that the earthdoes not movearoundthe sun at the
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...he always believed that the earthround the sun and was sent to his homein Florence,lonely.
In fact, the earth
A telescope is a long tube-shaped instrument that you see moon,planets and stars.
The pendulum of a clock is a rod with a weight at the end which swings from side to side.
Florence is the major city of Italy and it’s land area is about 9.000 square miles.
The Inquisition was a permanent institution in the Catholic Churchcharged with the eradication of heresies.