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  • See also: galileo Wikipedia has an article on: Galileo Wikipedia Galileo Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), an Italian thinker and key figure in the
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  • galileano m ‎(feminine singular galileana, masculine plural galileanos, feminine plural galileanas, comparable) Galilean (of or pertaining to Galileo Galilei)
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  • See also: Galileo Named in honour of Galileo Galilei Wikipedia has an article on: galileo (unit) Wikipedia galileo ‎(plural galileos) The CGS
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  • like, alike, same, identical, similar even; level; uniform 1632: Galileo Galilei, Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo tolemico e copernico
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  • eppur apocopic form of eppure Eppur si muove - And yet it moves - Galileo Galilei
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  • See also: galilei Italian Wikipedia has an article on: Galilei Wikipedia it Galilei A surname​. Galileo Galilei, famous Italian scientist and
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  • philosopher Galileo Galilei. of or pertaining to the region of Galilee of or pertaining to a Galilean, Galileans of or pertaining to Galileo Galilei
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  • four and by far largest moons of Jupiter, namely Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, discovered by Galileo Galilei. Galilean satellites Jovian moons
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  • Telescopium  Telescopium on Latin Wikipedia Wikipedia la Coined by Galileo Galilei (although he did not invent the device) as telescopio, from Ancient
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  • [epˈpur si ˈmwɔː.ve] Eppur si muove! The words allegedly uttered by Galileo Galilei after being forced to recant heliocentrism; "and yet it moves."
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  • [epˈpur si ˈmwɔː.ve] E pur si muove! The words allegedly uttered by Galileo Galilei after being forced to recant heliocentrism; "and yet it moves."
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  • strengthen (an opinion, theory, etc.). 1830, E.S. Carlos (translator), Galileo Galilei (author), “The Siderial[sic] Messenger”, reprinted in Louise Fargo
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  • model of the heavens based around the Earth to a heliocentric model, proposed by Nicolaus Copernicus and later supported by Galileo Galilei and others
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  • telescope ‎(plural Galilean telescopes) (astronomy) a type of refracting telescope (refractor) similar to the one used by Galileo Galilei Galilean refractor
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  • necessarily be to doubt […]. 1661, Thomas Salusbury, translating Galileo Galilei, Dialogues on Two World Systems: Logick, as it is well understood,
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  • Coined in 1611 by the Greek mathematician Giovanni Demisiani for one of Galileo Galilei's instruments presented at a banquet at the Accademia dei Lincei.
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  • gal m inan gallium declension of gal Named in honour of Galileo Galilei gal m inan A galileo declension of gal see gala gal genitive plural of
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  • Wikipedia has an article on: Galileo thermometer Wikipedia Named after Galileo Galilei, who discovered the principle on it is based: that the density
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  • celatone ‎(plural celatones) A device invented by Galileo Galilei to observe Jupiter's moons with the purpose of finding longitude on Earth. It took the
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  • trilater equilater Pyramis, is noncuple to a cube inscribed in it. 1730, Galileo Galilei (author) and Thomas Weſton (translator), Mathematical Diſcourſes Concerning
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