yes he did he had 1000000 kids because he never wore condoms You suck man actually he had three kids with his girlfriend for 12 years but i do not know their names. Sorry.-Peepapeep
Galileo was charged with hersey because the Catholic church decided that the idea of the planets going around the Sun was preposterous, they declared that scientists must treat heliocentric thinking as a hypothesis only and not fact. As it turned out Galileo went against the grain and published many...
4 actually, Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto
== Answer == http://www.allpar.com/fix/80s-codes.html According to my book Code 32 denotes a fualt with the EGR solenoid circuit.
There were two.
Until Galileo's experiment, it was widely believed that large objects fell to Earth faster than small ones. That is, it was thought that if two objects of different sizes were dropped from the same height, the larger one would strike the ground first. Galileo showed...
it will go back up to its initial height
Galileo had many famous discoveries that contributed to astronomy. In 1609, having heard reports of a simple instrument that magnifies anything that it is pointed at, was put together by a lens-grinder in Holland, Galileo than constructed the first complete astronomical telescope. Exploring the...
Telescopes were invented so they can discover the universe and by that i mean to look at the stars or anything in space and figure out what they are or what they do. =D-yO WeLCoMe!!!!!
no he did not he had no personal life at all
Galileo was not a scientist-scientific method had yet to be created. He wasn't questioning things as much as trying to put across the viewpoint that the Earth revolves around the Sun, though he had many astrological discoveries.
According to Dan Brown's book, Angels and Demons, yes.
Galileo made observations of the movements of the planets and the Sun. By the relative movements of these celestial bodies, Galileo provided evidence that the Aristotelian model of geocentrism (the Earth is the center of the universe) was incorrect, and advocated instead heliocentrism (the Sun is...
maybe somewhere around the time of the publication of "The Operations of the Geometrical and Military Compass" which was about 1606.
He dropped two cannonballs of different weights to prove that Aristotle was wrong when he said that the heavier cannonball would fall first.
he did the invention of the earth .No, he it was that publicised the idea that the Earth was not the center of things, but merely one of the planets that orbit around the Sun.
It led to Sir Isaac Newton to create "The First Law of Motion."
The event is now being dismissed; scientists do not believe he actually did the experiment. The fact that the objects would hit at the same time or nearly the same is still true. This was demonstrated on the moon.
Galileo had 7 people in his family 3 sisters, 2 brother 1 mother and 1 father
well children he had three kids name loretta, jade,and Nina
Actually, Galileo had a large following among the Roman Curia, including the pope. However, Galileo got himself into trouble by teaching that the heliocentric (Sun-centered universe) theory was fact. However, at the time it was just a theory or hypothesis and Galileo even stated that he could not...
he was a mathemation and also other things
==Answer== The Strawberry Moon
To disprove Aristotle's theory.
He was famous for improving the telescope and for believing that the earth was not the center of the solar system, but that the sun is.
I am recently studying for a report on Galileo and the book I am reading says that his brothers and sisters were born between 1573 and 1591.
Well technically , Galileo had alot of accomplishments ,but I'll name a few of them. So one of them was he invented the telescope (to study outer space ) . While doing that he studied a lot of lunar activity. And finally he learn a lot about the solar system. So those were some of the (greatest)...
the telescope, therometer, clock, and objective lens.
That all bodies-no matter what the shape or weight-would fall at the same speed
He made important discoveries like that the sun is the center of the solar system.
Galileo did not discover Saturn. It was know of by the ancients. It can be seen at certain time without the aid of instruments.
the moon had mountains and that the sun spins
i dont know, good question.
Galileo was an Astronomer who believed in the heliocentric theory and was imprisoned for his investigations.
Because he had already known the knowledge and he didn't need to it really wasn't required for him but he did become successful so yeah there you go
he did not finish college
He improved life today by all of us knowing that the Earth revolves around the sun.
Galileo's about the solar system got him arrested for a decade (10 yrs).
i know of a good page on wikipidia if you type in gallieo then it will come up with loads of information facts on him:)
Astonomy is fundamental to our understanding of the universe in which we live, and intelligent people generally desire such understanding.
A 16th-17th century scientist.
He did not discover Jupiter. The planet is and always has been visible to the naked eye and has therefore been know to everyone since ancient times. He did discover Jupiters four largest moons.
They taught that the sky was perfect and unchanging.
When he was making another gailieio thermonitor he tried measuring some hobos balls but he pee'd on his mouth and his mouth was covered in urine so he died NAW JUST KIDDING...but go somewhere else for info. . _~Someone
he went completely blind forever and died of heart problems and isomnia & hernia
He found the earth was not in the center and found there are more than sun and earth. He found stars and other things that we see today in the night sky.Comment: Amongst other things, he found 4 moons around Jupiter, craters onthe Moon and that Venus had phases like the Moon has. Also he...
he pooped on people and was killed by the catholics up with bubbles
contradicted traditional medievel Europeon beliefs
because galileo was a old man
He had more than one home, but yes, Galileo died at his home outside Florence
he influnced them by alowing a women to invent an elevator
it was more than one person who invented this thermometer
A telescope he constructed himself from an earlier Dutch model.
Yes Galileo did discover it but Mikołaj Kopernik was the one who published it and the one who people belived.
galileo galilei was interested in astronomy because he saw lamps swinging at church.
motion of free falling object does not have friction, while motion of the cart has force of friction
Galileo is famous for inventing the thermometer, perfecting the telescope, and for experimenting with gravity. No, galileo did not discover astronomy. But he sure did discover the four moons that revolve jupiter.
Galileo changed history by expressing his idea that the Earth and all of the planets revolved around the sun. Before Galileo everyone thought that all objects in space revolved around the Earth. Galileo changed this, and put the idea of everything orbiting around the Sun. True.........
the studies of Copernicus and Galileo changed that view by having sex
They both belived that the Sun was in the center of the solar system.
galileo's favorite food was girls on a stick
galileo galilei and galileo are the same person (that doesn't make sense.)
He was teaching as fact what was considered at the time to be an hypothesis or theory. He was not asked to renounce his view, just to quit teaching the unproven as fact.
In Copernicus's time having the Sun at the centre was just an idea he had, and he found that the movements of the planets among the fixed stars could be simplified as a result. The original theory of Ptolemy from ancient times, and Copernicus's theory published in 1543, both explained how...
because he thought an obect as big as mars hit earth while rocky material cobmined makeing the moon
It was built to study Jupiter and it's moons in greater detail than any former missions. Along the way to Jupiter it had two close encounters with asteroids and collected data from those as well. It helped to discover a possible ocean below Europa's icy surface. In the end, the probe was sent into...
his father was a musician
Because they thought it wasn't right and blamed him for heresy.
i dont know listin to your teacher D:
Galileo was ordered to stand trial in front of the Inquisition in 1633 on suspicion of heresy. The Inquisition was a Catholic Church body and in no way equated to a "criminal court."
Galileo had a theory, it was that the earth was NOT in the centre of the solar system like everyone thought, he made the first telescope and proved everyone wrong by looking into space and seeing that the sun was in the centre of the solar system, not the earth, doing this he also invented the...
Sell the segment (married) then sell another segment which you want to add with married one. then do xe2*3 [cancel the 2nd segment(old segment) with replacement of 3rd (new segment) segment].
Galileo was not truly 'persecuted' by the Church. However, he was told to stop teaching the heliocentric theory of the Universe because it was, at the time, unproven. Even Copernicus, another scientist (and a priest) who predated Galileo in his studies of the heliocentric theory, agreed that...
Galileo Galilei 15 February 1564 -- 8 January 1642) was an Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher who played a major role in the Scientific Revolution. He played a mayor part in the advancement of the scientific point of view, Making many discovery's of his own but also...
There is no single person who is credited with the discovery ofJupiter. Jupiter is one of the five planets that can be seen in thenight sky without using a telescope or binoculars. The planetJupiter has been known since ancient times and was observed forthousands of years by the people of many...
Galileo Galilei. Yes, that's the answer that I give too. However there's good evidence that someone beat him to it. His name was Simon Marius. It's safer to say Galileo though, as I do.I've had another look into this and I'm more convinced now that Galileo was first. However the names given to the...
Astronomy, physics, and mathematics.
The Earth was, he believed.
== Answer == aristotle stated once force is removed from an object it will stop. Galileo said an objects motion is stopped because of the force of friction