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The History and Philosophy of Astronomy Lecture 11: Galileo. Presentation

The History and Philosophy of Astronomy Lecture 11: Galileo. Presentation

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Volker Bromm. University of Texas at Austin. Galileo Galilei: The First Scientist. founder of modern physics, first astronomer to use telescope. Galileo: Timeline and Context. Born in Pisa (1564). Professor of mathematics. New laws of motion. Philosophy of Science: Two Traditions. Archimedes of Syracuse. Professor in Pisa: Laws of Free Fall. Professor in Pisa: Law of Inertia. Law of Inertia: Implication for Astronomy. Aristotelian theory of motion is wrong. Great Summary: Discorsi (Two New Sciences). Galileo’s role in the Scientific Revolution. Padua and Venice. The Invention of the Telescope (1609). Galileo’s Discoveries with the Telescope. The Moon. Sunspots. Moons of Jupiter. Phases of Venus. Nature of Milky Way. Sidereus Nuncius. Galileo and the Medici. Galileo’s Return to Florence.
Volker Bromm. University of Texas at Austin. Galileo Galilei: The First Scientist. founder of modern physics, first astronomer to use telescope. Galileo: Timeline and Context. Born in Pisa (1564). Professor of mathematics. New laws of motion. Philosophy of Science: Two Traditions. Archimedes of Syracuse. Professor in Pisa: Laws of Free Fall. Professor in Pisa: Law of Inertia. Law of Inertia: Implication for Astronomy. Aristotelian theory of motion is wrong. Great Summary: Discorsi (Two New Sciences). Galileo’s role in the Scientific Revolution. Padua and Venice. The Invention of the Telescope (1609). Galileo’s Discoveries with the Telescope. The Moon. Sunspots. Moons of Jupiter. Phases of Venus. Nature of Milky Way. Sidereus Nuncius. Galileo and the Medici. Galileo’s Return to Florence.

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The History and Philosophyof Astronomy
(Lecture 11: Galileo I)
Instructor: Volker BrommTA: Jarrett JohnsonThe University of Texas at Austin
Astronomy 350L
(Fall 2006)
 
Galileo Galilei: The First Scientist
1564
(Pisa)
 –1642 (Arcetri)founder of modern physics
-law of inertia-law of free fall
first astronomer to usetelescopeThe “Trial of Galileo(conflict with Catholic Church)
 
Galileo: Timeline and Context
between Copernicus and Newtoncontemporary of Keplerand Tycho

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