What Did Galileo Invent?


Galileo Galilei was a famous mathematician and scientist who invented the modern telescope. Older models of the telescope did not have clear images but Galileo managed to make one which could see much farther and clearer than any telescopes of that time. He used this telescope to study some of the planets in the solar system .
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Galileo Galilei is best known for his many groundbreaking discoveries in the fields of astronomy, mathematics, physics and philosophy, and has been called the Father of Modern Science.
He was among the first to use a refracting telescope to observe the stars, and among the first to use a microscope to observe biological structures.
Galileo gave the world the Telescope, thru which he saw the moon and discovered the satellites of Jupiter, discovered the sunspots and could verify the phases of Venus.
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