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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Isaac Newton discovered gravity.
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He invented a type of reflecting telescope but mainly he produced the inverse-square law for gravitational force and showed that a planet under the effect of that force would describe
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he discovered gravity he discovered gravity
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the laws of motion poo i don't actually think poo is the answer.he actually discovered law and matter.i'm not sure but from me and without research on that i can only say that.and
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