Galileo's Telescope

פֿ Galileo's Telescope list ᑁ Kindle Ebook Author Massimo Bucciantini ᖧ פֿ Galileo's Telescope list ᑁ Kindle Ebook Author Massimo Bucciantini ᖧ Over six decades I have read many biographies of Galileo and his discoveries, but never have I encountered a exciting presentation Reading about the prompt pushback against Galileo in Florence itself was an eye opener, to mention a special climax to this brilliantly researched and illustrated account Owen Gingerich, Harvard Smithsonian Center for AstrophysicsUsing letters, paintings and other contemporary documents, Massimo Bucciantini, Michele Camerota and Franco Giudice show, in meticulous detail, that the dissemination of Galileo s discoveries was by no means linear and straightforward Galileo s Telescope is written in accessible language and generously illustrated Documents are examined painstakingly in order to date events and to uncover opinions in the various locations Times Higher Education Ever since the Italian mathematician Galileo Galilei first turned his telescope to the heavens advances in technology and great strides in knowledge have gone hand in hand Galileo s Telescope is a new account of this turning point in the history of western civilisation, and its authors give equal weight to the telescope s scientific, cultural and political impacts Translated into lucid English the book is full of entertaining insights and asides, but nevertheless retains a slightly academic tone, which is a pleasing contrast to the matey irreverence of much popular science and history writing today Galileo s Telescope immerses us in the world of the early 17th century, with all of its religious, political and philosophical divisions at the heart of this account is the shock and excitement of scientific discovery Modern anxieties tend to focus on what science enables us to do, but Galileo s Telescope remind us that the truly subversive potential of science lies in what it enables us to imagine SpectatorBetween 1608 and 1610 the canopy of the night sky was ripped open by an object created almost by accident a cylinder with lenses at both ends Galileos Telescope tells how this ingenious device evolved into a precision instrument that would transcend the limits of human vision and transform humanitys view of its place in the cosmos. 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    • Format Kindle
    • Galileo's Telescope
    • Massimo Bucciantini
    • Anglais
    • 02 January 2017
    • 352 pages

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