(Galileo himself had advocated the preparation of…
Galileo was made to recite and sign a formal abjuration:
It is also ensuring that non-members cannot block Galileo procurement decisions.
"Galileo" is primarily derived from Shaw, but Shaw always kept a clear point of view.
Finally, in April 1633 Galileo was called before the Holy Office.
…the occultation or eclipses of Jupiter’s moons by Jupiter, first seen by Galileo in 1610.
Galileo felt empowered to begin work on his Dialogues concerning the Two Great World Systems.
NASA is worried that Galileo might blunder into Europa, contaminating it with earthly organisms.
Galileo also furnished a unique perspective of the collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter as…
The cosmological shift from Aristotle to Galileo is the same as that from Galileo to Gaia.
Galileo was a follow-on to the much briefer flyby visits of Pioneers 10 and 11 (1973–74) and Voyagers 1 and 2 (1979).
When Galileo Galilei first looked at Jupiter through his homemade telescope in 1610, he spotted four moons circling the planet.
But once work on Galileo began, Britain became more enthusiastic, not least because its firms secured some of the juiciest contracts.
(Indeed, Galileo himself endorsed both a proximal theory—sounds as sensations—and a medial theory, thereby possibly originating a dualist account.)
Four hundred years after Galileo first discovered Europa, scientists believe that data from the Galileo probe might just prove Clarke right.
The next year, he self-published a two-volume biography and bibliography of Galileo, “Galileo Galilei: His Ideas, His World, the Collection.”
Galileo typically signed books as “The Author” or “Galileo Galilei Lincei”—a reference to the Accademia dei Lincei—and added the recipient’s name.
Galileo may have known Zabarella’s writings, but far more important source for Galileo was the Jesuit scholars, above all Paolo della Valle, working at the Collegio Romano at Rome (Wallace 1999, p. 338).
While many have seen the condemnation of Galileo as a typical example of the struggle of the forces of reason and enlightenment against those of authority and superstition, the church has moved steadily to reassess the Galileo case.
Although the twinship of Shakespeare and Galileo is one that we see retrospectively, another, even more auspicious twinning was noted and celebrated during Galileo’s lifetime: Galileo was born in Pisa on the day that Michelangelo died.
- Italian astronomer and mathematician who was the first to use a telescope to study the stars; demonstrated that different weights descend at the same rate; perfected the refracting telescope that enabled him to make many discoveries (1564-1642)
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