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  • Family of 7 children, wanted to be a monk, studied medicine because of the father, hated university (except math), did not finish it.
  • ˌär-kə-ˈmē-dēz Galileo was a great admirer
  • Galileo continued the teachings of Copernicus
  • Galileo continued the teachings of Copernicus
  • Galileo continued the teachings of Copernicus
  • Galileo continued the teachings of Copernicus
  • Galileo continued the teachings of Copernicus
  • Galileo continued the teachings of Copernicus
  • Galileo

    1. 1. Galileo Open Court Unit 2 Donskoy, 2009
    2. 2. Donskoy, 2009 Galileo Galilei
    3. 3. Donskoy, 2009 Archemedes 287 BC – c. 212 BC Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer.
    4. 4. Donskoy, 2009 Inventions of Galileo
    5. 5. Donskoy, 2009 Galileo was born in 1564, in Piza, Italy
    6. 6. Donskoy, 2009 Inventions of Galileo: Pendulum
    7. 7. Donskoy, 2009 Inventions of Galileo: Thermometer Science Club: Galileo
    8. 8. Donskoy, 2009 Inventions of Galileo: Microscope
    9. 9. Donskoy, 2009 Inventions of Galileo: Telescope
    10. 10. Donskoy, 2009 observe observatory observation carriage convex concave constellation
    11. 11. Donskoy, 2009 circle celestial cycle
    12. 12. Donskoy, 2009 The citizens observed the constellations in the sky.
    13. 13. Donskoy, 2009 The citizens observed the constellations in the sky.
    14. 14. Donskoy, 2009 A telescope has concave and convex lenses.
    15. 15. Donskoy, 2009 The moon is a celestial body that circles Earth.
    16. 16. Donskoy, 2009 The moon is a celestial body that circles Earth.
    17. 17. Donskoy, 2009
    18. 18. Donskoy, 2009 A telescope is an apparatus that magnifies distant objects. Word structure from a different language.
    19. 19. Donskoy, 2009 Apparatus: a piece of equipment that has a particular use
    20. 20. Donskoy, 2009 Olympic track stars run with extraordinary speed. extra + ordinary
    21. 21. Donskoy, 2009 Extraordinary: unusual or amazing
    22. 22. Donskoy, 2009 The most unusual constellation of stars is Orion. con+ stella
    23. 23. Donskoy, 2009 Constellation group of stars that form shapes in the sky
    24. 24. Donskoy, 2009 The stars, sun, and planets are all celestial objects.
    25. 25. Donskoy, 2009 Celestial: relating to the sky
    26. 26. Donskoy, 2009 Being interviewed can be seen as a form of interrogation or questioning.
    27. 27. Donskoy, 2009 Interrogation: formal questioning
    28. 28. THE END Donskoy, 2009

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