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Galileo

Summary: Essay is about Galileo and his contributions to the scientific revolution.
The Scientific Revolution hit Europe and other places all over the world with a big impact that left everlasting effects to this day. Many of the Scientific Revolution ideas came from the theories of many successful scientists, philosophers, astronomers, physicists, mathematicians, and other scientific discoverers. Some of the famous scientists of the Scientific Revolution that helped spread these ideas by their theories would include; Nicholas Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, Issac Newton, and Galileo Galilei. It is Galileo's contribution to the Revolution that left one of the most everlasting and most important contribution to the Revolution. The Italian and Catholic mathematician, astronomer, and physicist Galileo was a strong contributor to the new scientific ideas that were developing in the 1600s and 1700s by his invention of the telescope, discovery of the moons around Jupiter, and publication of his ideas that agreed with Copernicus. In such a way, Galileo helped tremendously in...

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