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1589-1592: Galileo developes his theory on objects falling at the same speed.
All objects fall at the same speed regardless of their weight, Ha in your face Aristotle!
1589-1592: Galileo teaches to students
All objects fall at the same speed regardless of the weight
Wow, he makes it so easy to understand
I am your new lecturer in mathematics
Galileo Galilei was born in Pisa. His mother was uneasy about having little money and his father is hopeful
1591: Vicenzo (Galileo's father) died
Galileo defies Aristotle's theory by proving that all objects fall at the same speed.
Autumn 1609: Surface of the moon January 1610: Jupiter has 4 moons
Galileo is a math lecturer at the University of Pisa and he taught about his well-known experiment to prove Aristotle wrong.
June 21, 1633 His final interrogation
Galileo's mother sent Galileo a letter stating the death of his father.
With his invention, the telescope, Galileo discovers that the moon has valleys and mountains. (The highest mountain is 4 miles) He later discovered Jupiter's four moons and gave names to them.
Amazing, our very own moon has mountains and valleys and Jupiter has four moons
The next day, he was charged with heresy and is forced to confess his mistakes, and accept the church's judgment. He is also sentenced to be in prison for a period of time the church will decide. On January 8, 1642, Galileo passes away.