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Transcript of Galileo Galilei
even more stealthy then maddy ! well i need to prove that im way more steathy then maddy, so im just gonna go ahead and type a whole paragraph about what ever the hell i want :) if you got a problem with that you can deal with it !!! no! you can fear me! :) oh hii, didnt see you there!! :)
so whats up? i have to fill in all the space that is his shirt soo imma talk gangster-like :)
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god this is boring,
normal me: oh hii again :) so whats up?
ime? o nothing
i just went to bandshaire to day
Galileo was never married. However, he did have a brief relationship with Marina Gamba, a woman he met on one of his many trips to Venice. Marina lived in Galileo's house in Padua where she bore him three childrentwo daugters and a son. His two daughters, Virginia and Livia, were both put in convents where they became, respectively, Sister Maria Celeste and Sister Arcangela. In 1610, Galileo moved from Padua to Florence where he took a position at the Court of the Medici family. He left his son, Vincenzio, with Marina Gamba in Padua. In 1613, Marina married Giovanni Bartoluzzi, and Vincenzio joined his father in Florence.
Personal Life Math Contributions Galileo has been called the "father of modern observational astronomy", the 'father of modern physics', the 'father of science' and 'the father of modern science'. The motion of uniformly accelerated objects, taught in nearly all high-school and colledge physics courses, was studied by Galileo as the subject of kinematics.His contributions to observational astronomy include the telescope, the confirmation of the phases of Venus, the discovery of the four largest satelites of Jupiter( named the Galilean moons out of honour), and the observations and analasys of sunspots. Galileo also worked in applied science, improving the design of the compass. He was also the first to invent a telescope which helped astronomy further beyond knowledge.