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  • of the first recorded astronomical observations with a telescope by Galileo Galilei and the publication of Johannes Kepler's Astronomia nova in the 17th
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  • explain this would be a below surface salty ocean. Discovered by: G. Galilei S. Marius Discovery date: January 7, 1610 Epoch January 8, 2004
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  • Europa, Callisto & Ganymede. They were discovered independently by Galileo Galilei and Simon Marius." Main sources: Planets/Sciences and Planetary
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  • such as the age of the Earth was inhibited by cultural momentum. When Galileo was led by his astronomical observations to "radical" ideas such as the
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  • Giovanni Francesco Busenello Salvator Rosa Tassoni Francesco Redi Galileo Galilei Giambattista Basile Paolo Sarpi Paolo Segneri Giacomo Leopardi Giuseppe
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  • Europa, Callisto & Ganymede. They were discovered independently by Galileo Galilei and Simon Marius. The highest energy, shortest wavelength form of
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  • phenomena may be done through the Scientific method, established by Galileo Galilei. This involves four main steps: Characterization, which includes definitions
    10 KB (1,460 words) - 10:55, 26 July 2015
  • Europa, Callisto & Ganymede. They were discovered independently by Galileo Galilei and Simon Marius." Notation: let the symbol Def. indicate
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  • Europa, Callisto & Ganymede. They were discovered independently by Galileo Galilei and Simon Marius." Io "is the innermost of the four Galilean
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  • physicists such as Galileo Galilei, Christiaan Huygens, Johannes Kepler, Blaise Pascal and Sir Isaac Newton. In the early 17th century, Galileo made extensive
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  • Wikipedia pages that could use such an image: w:History_of_experiments#Galileo_Galilei w:Two_New_Sciences#Day_3_Naturally_accelerated_motion I asked commons
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  • (mechanical) resonance phenomena to have been reported was that discovered by Galileo Galilei in his investigations of (coupled through support) pendulums beginning
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  • \dto_{#4}& \eqno{\mbox{#9}} } It has been reported that Galileo Galilei took advantage of the architectural error made with the famous Leaning
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  • The Galilean moons are the four moons of Jupiter discovered by Galileo Galilei. They are the largest of the 67 moons of Jupiter and among the more
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  • phenomena may be done through the Scientific method, established by Galileo Galilei. This involves four main steps: Characterization, which includes definitions
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  • Mario Galeota w:Mario Galeota w:it:Mario Galeota Galileo Galilei w:Galileo Galilei w:it:Galileo Galilei Dionisio Gallo w:Dionisio Gallo w:it:Dionisio Gallo
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  • benefit from the physical science of ballistics that began only with Galileo Galilei's foundation of experimental, classical kinematics, fully dveloped
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  • Franklin, Rosalind A.J. Fresnel Frobenius, Georg Fr\"ohlich, Herbert, FRS Galilei, Galileo Galois, \'Evariste Gauss, Carl Friedrich Gell-Mann, Murray Gibbs,Josiah
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  • that occasion, the Catholic Church won out over the Italian scientist Galilei. But afterwards in Europe modern science had its revenge; it persuaded
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