by inventing the refraction telescope to look out into space
The church was angry with Galileo because he said that the sun was the center of the solar system instead of the earth. The church did not believe him as they thought that earth was the center and everything orbited around it...
everyone before Galileo the famous astronomer
He never discovered that. Galileo discovered that the Earth was NOT the center of the universe.
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.
Galileo Galilei is most famous for his discovery that the Earth was not at the center of the solar system, and the fact that the Earth orbits the Sun, and not vice versa.
galileo came across that the earth was not the center
He proved the heliocentric model to be right about the Sun being in the center of the solar system and not the Earth.
At the time, everyone thought that the Earth was the center of the solar system. Galileo thought AND proved that the Sun was the center of the solar system.
to see if he was correct that earth wasn't in the center of the solar system! my teacher taught us this
It was Galileo who quoted that the earth in not the center of the Universe.
Galileo concluded the that the earth wasn't the center of the universe because of how all the stars and planets moved. If the earth was truly the center of the universe, it wouldn't revolve.
during the 17th century, Galileo galilei , using a telescope , made several important observations that clearly supported the sun center of the solar system....
Galileo Galileo discovered the objects in the solar system orbited the sun not the earth
cupercunicus- Actually it was Galileo
Copernicus was Galileo Galilei's friend. [No. Copernicus died in 1543, before Galileo was born (1564).] Copernicus proved that the Sun, not the Earth, is in the center of the solar system, the planets, including the Earth, revolving around the Sun.
Galileo raised ecclesiastic hackles because he challenged the church-sanctioned, astronomical doctrine of his day: that the the earth stood at the center of both the solar system and the known universe.
Ptolemy thought that the Earth was the center of solar system and most people believed this theory. But Copernicus thought that the Sun was the center of solar system and most people didn't believed this theory. Who was right? Copernicus was right because later Galileo prove that if the Earth was at the center then he couldn't see the phases of Venus. Sentences for heliocentric. Galileo proved that the Copernicus's theory which was heliocentric was right.
Galileo was born Galileo Galilei in Italy in 1564. He is known for proposing that the Sun was the center of the universe and not the Earth.
When Galileo observed that there are satellites which orbit the planet Jupiter, this was clear evidence that not everything orbits the Earth.
Galileo found that the earth revolved around the sun and that it wasn't the center of the universe. He invented the telescope.
At his time, everyone thought the earth was the middle of the solar system and everything including the sun revolved around it. He proved that the sun was the center of the solar system.
If our Earth was the center of our solar system, then Venus would not have phases, like our Moon. If, instead, our Sun was the center, then Venus would show phases. Galileo Galilei showed that Venus did, indeed, have phases.
Aristotle is wrong. He believed that the earth is the center of the universe but it isn't. Galileo proved that all the planets rotate around the sun not the earth.