Galileo Galilei's LifeGalileo Galilei's Life Galileo Galilei (15 February 1564 - 8 January 1642) was an Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher who played a major role in the Scientific Revolution.
Galileo Galilei's LifeHe was born in 1564 in Pisa, Italy. He completed her education in this city. He became one of Italy's foremost mathematicians.
Galileo Galilei's ChildrenGalileo Galilei's Children Galileo's three children were born from Marina Gamba. He had two daughters, Virginia (1600) and Livia (1601), and a son, Vincenzo (1606).
Galileo Galilei's WorksGalileo Galilei's Works Galileo, which introduced the compass that can be used for military purposes in 1597, introduced a primitive thermometer after the year 1600 and the pendulum for the measurement of human heart rate.
Galileo Galilei's WorksWhen he learned that the telescope was invented in the Netherlands in 1609, he produced a more advanced telescope and used it in his astronomical observations.
Galileo Galilei's WorksHe made important observations with his telescope. Later, in 1610. He wrote these observations in his book Siderius Nuntius.
Galileo Galilei's WorksHis book attracted a lot of attention. Thanks to this success, he became a "mathematician of the palace" in Florence.
Galileo Galilei's WorksIn 1611, he went to Rome and became a member of the academy of science. In this period, he published his book on sunspots and his book which led to his return to Florence.
Galileo Galilei's WorksAfter the election of a friend to the pope, his work “Conversations on the Two Universe System" was published in 1632.
Galileo Galilei's Prison TermGalileo Galilei's Prison Term Galilei was summoned to Rome and brought to court. After that, Galileo, whose book was banned in 1633, was sentenced to life imprisonment.
Galileo Galilei's Prison TermGalilei, who was imprisoned at the age of 70 and blinded in 1636, died on 8 January 1642 in Arcetri. Tomb of Galileo, Santa Croce, Florence
Published Written WorksPublished Written Works •The Little Balance (1586) •On Motion (1590) •Mechanics (1600) •The Operations of Geometrical and Military Compass (1606) •The Starry Messenger (1610) •Discourse on Floating Bodies (1612)
Published Written Works•History and Demonstration Concerning Sunspots (1613) •Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina (1615) •Discourse on the Tides (1616) •Discourse on the Comets (1619) •The Assayer (1623) •Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems (1632) •Discourses and Mathematical Demonstrations Relating to Two New Sciences (1638)