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Scientific Revolution Project
Emma Schulte 4th
⟶ Updated 7 Nov 2019 ⟶
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4 Dec 2019
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15 Nov 2019
Galileo is born in Pisa Italy.
Galileo's family moves to Florence
Galileo publishes his book 'Dialogue on the Two Chief World Systems: Ptolemaic and Copernican.
Galileo enrolls in the University of Pisa to study medicine.
Galileo leaves the University of Pisa without a degree, and designs a new form of hydro-static balance while also beginning his studies in motion.
Galileo obtains the chair of mathematics at the University of Pisa and demonstrates his velocity experiment.
Galileo develops his own version of the telescope and discovers craters on the moon.
Galileo discovers four large moons orbiting around Jupiter, and that there are more stars in the Milky Way that we cannot see with the naked eye.
Galileo leaves Padua to work in Tuscany.
Galileo dies in Arcentri, near Florence, from a fever and heart palpitations.
Galileo goes to Rome to tell the Pope about his theory of tides.
Galileo is summoned to Rome after a case was filed against him by the Inquisition.
Galileo is interrogated for the first time and imprisoned in the Vatican for three weeks.
Galileo returns to the village of Arcetri under house arrest.
Galileo discovers that projectiles move with a parabolic trajectory.
Galileo teaches at the University of Padua after his contract with the University of PIsa was not renewed.
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