What are the contributions of Sir Isaac Newton?

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Sir Isaac Newton's greatest contribution to science was the discovery of the nature of gravity, laws of motion and the reflecting microscope. His most recognized work was the force of gravity. He discovered this when observing the falling of an apple from its tree.
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Sir Isaac Newton contributed to science by creating the 3 laws of motion, law 1 states "an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by a force" Law 2 explains
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It was Newton's reflecting telescope, made in 1668, that finally
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Although Newton is regarded most for giving the world an understanding of gravity with his 3 laws, Newton was one of the greatest thinkers of all time in MANY scientific fields. See
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Sir Isaac Newton was a very famous mathematician, physicist, astronomer and philosopher. His most known contributions to science (things that made him famous) are the concept of gravity
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