What Did Galileo Have to Do with Newton?


Galileo and Newton were very famous scientist based in physics, one influenced the others work but never met. Galileo was an Italian physicist who was acknowledged for his research about cannon balls of different weights fall at the same speed and the physics behind the Jupiter's moons. Newton was known for the composition of white light and modern optics. However it is said that the work of Galileo was influenced and further explained upon by Newton
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Sir Issac Newton is considered one of the greatest Scientific minds in all of human history. Newton studied calculations created by Galileo, in much of his work.
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