Curious,brialliant, loving (he had a daughter), and one of the first true scientists who tried to understand life through experiment and observation.
Galileo was inspired by 'philosophy of Aristotle.' The 'philosophy of Aristotle' was the concept that the earth was round. This idea intrigued him to the point of creating the… telescope to find proof of either the earths sphere-like shape or evidence against it.
he contributed his discoveries of physics
He mainly uses physics to calculate motion and and space. As you know physics is partly using math.
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People such as Einstein and other modern day scientists and mathematicians
Probably the monks. He was taught by monks for a while but he also went to collage where people studied astronomy, art, agriculture, mathematics and literature. So he might ha…ve been inspired to help people study the stars better, he was really good with literature, math and astronomy. He wrote several books after collage, one of his best books is called "Dialogo SPora I Due Massimi Sistemi Del Mondo, Tolemaico Copernicano." (Dialogue Concerning the two Chief World Systems, Ptolemaic and Copernican.) Galileo Galilei invented the telescope and he discovered craters in the moon - which people had before believed it had been a smooth sphere - by looking through his telescope. He also found stars in the Milky Way and he observed phases of Venus, but he mostly stuck to writing books.
Noooo! Of course not!
Generations of dreamers. Airplanes, submarines, rockets to the moon -and beyond! What a WILD imagination!
nothing give up
He was inspired by his parents and many other famous scientists during his time.
He liked to invent.
The astronomer Galileo currently looks like bones and dust. The space probe named after him was launched by the space shuttle Atlantis mission STS-34. A photograph and more in…formation can be found on the interweb thingy by entering Galileo Probe on your favorite search engine. You can also find pictures of the dead guy there too. Go onto Google images and search his name. There will be mostly statues, but it will give you an idea. No one honestly knows exactly what he looked like. Hope this helped.
Because Galileo had first contemplated a career in medicine but he didn't like working that job, but he had became interested in mathematics after attending a lecture on geome…try. He followed a teaching career that began in Florence and he was later appointed chair of the Mathematics Department at the University of Pisa in 1589.
because of his excellent achievements and his great laws
Galileo's corn allergies made it impossible for him to use the normal paper that used during that time. Math was only done on paper therfore Galileo could not do any math.