Galileo Galilei: The Scientific Revolution

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With the coming of a new era, the change in time also brought forth a change in ideas. One of the most influential people of the scientific revolution is most presumably Galileo Galilei.
Bringing forth many ideas, such as the telescope, and adding to copernicus's idea of the heliocentric theory, Galileo was sure to have changed how we view the universe Galileo Galilei was one of the most influential members of his society. Not only did he improve upon the telescopes and invent many different tools of measurement, but he also continued Copernicus’s work of a heliocentrism. Copernicus spent his life studying the solar system but when the time came to prove his theory to the catholic church, instead of praising him for brilliant ideas, they
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