New PDF release: Galileo: Scientist and Stargazer (What's Their Story)
By Jacqueline Mitton
Galileo's progressive medical paintings introduced him into clash with the gurus yet earned him an commemorated position in historical past books. He swept away previous notions of the universe via watching the skies via a telescope and confirming that the Earth and planets shuttle round the solar.
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Even so he kept thinking up new ideas. With the help of his son and friends, he worked to the very end. He died the month before his 78th birthday, leaving behind many important theories and discoveries that would help transform scientific thinking.
The trial did not go well. Galileo still could not understand why so many people were against him. He was frightened of prison or an even worse punishment. But there was a way to avoid this. 29 Galileo agreed to read out the words that said he did not believe Earth goes around the Sun. In his heart he knew the words were untrue. Later he went back to the court to hear his punishment. He had to wear a white robe to show he was sorry for offending the church. He knelt down and listened while he was sentenced to imprisonment.
His imagination and curiosity in the world around him were as strong as ever. He was more than 70 years old, but he wrote a new and important book about how things move. A friend smuggled it out so it could be published in Holland. Galileo claimed he did not know how the book got out. Of course, that was not true! But he got away with it. 31 Sadly, Galileo went blind. Even so he kept thinking up new ideas. With the help of his son and friends, he worked to the very end. He died the month before his 78th birthday, leaving behind many important theories and discoveries that would help transform scientific thinking.
Galileo: Scientist and Stargazer (What's Their Story) by Jacqueline Mitton