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Monday, November 4, 2013

Galileo Galilei

Galileo Galilei

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GALILEO GALILEI

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GALILEO GALILEI (1564 -1642)
Born on : 15 February 1564 at Pisa, Tuscany, Italy
Died on : 08 January 1642 at Arcetri, Italy

He was the great scientist and inventor of Telescope. He also able to see the moon and 4 satellites of jupiter. He was agreat astronomer and also proved that the earth revolves around the sun. Galelio was the child of a musician Vincenzo Galelei and Giulia degli Ammannati. The financial condition of the family was not so well so his initial studies was done by monks. In 1583, in his young age he got admitted in University of Pisa and there he study about medicines. He was very intelligent and sharp minded. Finally he was came forward with physics and mathematics. He first started his studies and experiments on motion of objects and described the theory of hydrostatic principles.
Now he was the professor in University of Padua. Where he taught geometry, mechanics and astronomy. Unfortunately in 1591 his father died and Galelio was now alone with his younger brother. In 1600 Galelio met to a vietnam girl named Marina Gamba and she gave him 3 chidren. He never married to Mrina bacause of his financial conditions. He construted and discovered Hrdrostatic balance which is used to measure small things. His this invention made his financial conditon a little batter. At the same time he also researched over the motions and objects falling and finally came out with his law of acceleration. In 1609 he also discovered his own telescope which was used in watching ships and this give Galelio some more income. After sometime he move forward towards universe with his telescope and in 1610 he discovered that the moon was not flat and smooth but there exist many crators and mountains.
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He also describes that there is a planet called venus which revolves around the sun and a planet named jupiter having his own revolving moons around it did not revolves around the sun.

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