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Galileo Galilei

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Galileo Galilei Image of Historical Personality Vocabulary Biographical Sketch Map Illustartions Conclusion
Bibliography
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Scott Numamoto Anthony Badea + = "All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them." Galileo Galilee 1564-1642 Words to know, so you're not lost Heli centric: Ge centric: Theory: Inquistion: May he rest in peace This presentation is dedicated to: Timeline Galileo's life Overview Pictures Timeline
Wrap-up Essentials

Raised by two parents
One a musician
Other of royalty, though not rich

Studies Pendulum Motion Mechanical Devices Discovered law of pendulum
"The period swings does not depend on the arc of the swing"
This led to the pendulum clock Studied Aristotle's Physics
Questioned his theory
Appointed Prof. of Math at a Univeristy
Visited a dock which led to an interset in sea stuff
Made a pump using one horse and patented Telscope Galileo improved a telescope, NOT invented it Moon
Sunpots Phases of Venus Moons of Jupiter With it he studied Born in Pisa,1564 Having or representing the sun as a center
having or representing the earth as a center an official investigation usually one of a political or religious nature an explanation that is not proven Pendulum University of Pisa Childhood Inquisition Born in Pisa, Itlay Born February 15, 1564 Two Parents One a musician One of nobility Appointed Professor of Math Defined Law of Falling Bodies Defined a pendulum law Invented more-efficient pump Telescope Galileo improved telescope to 20x magnification the Moon, satellites of Jupiter, a supernova, the phases of Venus, and sunspots Observed: Observations helped prove
the Copernican System
Galileo supported Copernican System Church disliked the Copernican System Inquisition placed Galileo in house arrest The Inquisition Galileo published a book supporting it. Galileo strongly believed in the Copernican Theory The Roman Catholic church disliked this Theory Church warned him not to support it Leading to life inprisonment, in house arrest. 1560 1570 1580 1590 1600 1610 or circle 1564, Born in Pisa,Italy Disproved with experiment
Proving law of falling bodies Heavier objects fall faster than lighter ones. 1570, Moved to Florence 1581, Studies at Univeristy 1602, discovers law of Pendulum 1592, Appointed Profesor of Math at University of Padua 1593, invents an efficient pump design 1609, creates his first telescope 1620-1640 1638, House Arrest for publishing book 1642, Died The Best Part: Van Helden, Albert. The Galileo Project. 4 Aug 2003. 22 April.
<http://galileo.rice.edu/index.html>
Bruning, Eric. Gravitational Freefall. 10 May 2010.
<http://hsci.ou.edu/exhibits/exhibit.php?exbgrp=1&exbid=17&exbpg=3>
Smith, A. Mark. "Galileo." World Book Online Reference Center. 2005. World Book, Inc.
http://www.nasa.gov/worldbook/galileo_worldbook.html.
Barock. "Galileo Galilei Picture." Web. 12 May 2010.




______________ a swinging lever, with a weight at the end ? Galileo's Telescope His Tomb application for patent Cover of Galileo's astronomical findings book Galileo himself In a vaccuum, any two bodies that are dropped at the same time will hit the ground at the same time. __________________
http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.brackwedergymnasium.de/gymbrack/projekt_deutsch/gruppe3/hp02z/images/Galileo_Galilei_portrait.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.brackwedergymnasium.de/gymbrack/projekt_deutsch/gruppe3/hp02z/Wissenschaftswende.html&usg=__7uxxQpqgPaR0PFz1RMxyFy64E-Q=&h=362&w=293&sz=13&hl=en&start=1&sig2=LtrVfFFh7p86UCR22l9YBQ&um=1&itbs=1&tbnid=TgiPeFyp2GlEsM:&tbnh=121&tbnw=98&prev=/images%3Fq%3DGalileo%2Bgalilei%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Dactive%26sa%3DN%26rlz%3D1T4GGLJ_enUS363US365%26tbs%3Disch:1&ei=HvvqS8yBL4H-sQORyoCrDw Galileo was an Italian scientist that changed the astronomical and scientific world.
Born in the time of assumptions, Galileo fought for his theories and beliefs.
He challenged the church and classical philosophers, changing his time and affecting the world ever after him. To start click and hold on the right arrow in the bottom right corner and select 4 seconds
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