Unit III: Scientific Revolution
In 1609 the Italian mathematician Galileo Galilei invented the telescope. With the telescope, Galileo discovered the mountains on the moon, the spots on the sun, and four moons of Jupiter. His discoveries provided the evidence to support the theory that the earth and other planets revolved around the sun. Galileo formed part of the basis for developments historians call the Scientific Revolution. It caused controversies in religion, philosophy, and politics, and ended up changing the way Europeans viewed nature. Pearson
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