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"Galileo: Unveiling the Mysteries of the Cosmos" In the vast realm of astronomy, one name stands out as a beacon of knowledge and discovery - Galileo

Background imageGalileo Collection: GALILEO: MOON. Sketches by Galileo of the moon as he saw it through the telescope

GALILEO: MOON. Sketches by Galileo of the moon as he saw it through the telescope, from his book The Starry Messenger, 1610

Background imageGalileo Collection: Carl Sagan, US astronomer

Carl Sagan, US astronomer
Carl Edward Sagan (1934-1996), US astronomer and astrochemist. Sagan was a consultant and adviser to NASA, and worked on the Apollo mission, as well as the Mariner, Viking, Voyager

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileos Telescope

Galileos Telescope
Galileos telescope

Background imageGalileo Collection: The Earth & Moon

The Earth & Moon
During its flight, NASA?s Galileo spacecraft returned images of the Earth and Moon. Separate images of the Earth and Moon were combined to generate this view

Background imageGalileo Collection: The Earth & Moon

The Earth & Moon
During its flight, NASA?s Galileo spacecraft returned images of the Earth and Moon from the Galileo spacecraft. Separate images of the Earth and Moon were combined to generate this view

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Images the Moon

Galileo Images the Moon
This view of the Moons north pole is a mosaic assembled from 18 images taken by Galileos imaging system through a green filter as the spacecraft flew by on December 7, 1992

Background imageGalileo Collection: The Earth and Moon

The Earth and Moon
During its flight, the Galileo spacecraft returned images of the Earth and Moon. Separate images of the Earth and Moon were combined to generate this view

Background imageGalileo Collection: SUSTERMANS, Joost (1597-1681). Portrait of Galileo

SUSTERMANS, Joost (1597-1681). Portrait of Galileo Galilei. ca. mid. 17th c. Detail. Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Oil on canvas. ITALY. Florence. Galleria degli Uffizi (Uffizi Gallery)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Demonstrates

Galileo Demonstrates
GALILEO GALILEI demonstrates his astronomical theories to a monk who isn t at all sure that he wants to know

Background imageGalileo Collection: MILTON VISITING GALILEO. John Milton visiting Galileo Galilei during Miltons Italian tour of

MILTON VISITING GALILEO. John Milton visiting Galileo Galilei during Miltons Italian tour of 1638-1639. Line engraving after a painting by Annibale Gatti

Background imageGalileo Collection: GALILEO GALILEI (1564-1642). Italian astronomer, mathematician, and physicist. Under house arrest

GALILEO GALILEI (1564-1642). Italian astronomer, mathematician, and physicist. Under house arrest. Mezzotint, 19th century, after a painting, c1820, by Jean Antoine Laurent

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Ferraris

Galileo Ferraris
GALILEO FERRARIS Italian physicist, discoverer of the rotating magnetic field. Date: 1847 - 1897

Background imageGalileo Collection: Nova et Accuratissima Totius Terrarum

Nova et Accuratissima Totius Terrarum
Double Hemisphere Map 1662, Blaeu, Joan

Background imageGalileo Collection: Milton visiting Galileo when a prisoner of the Inquisition, 1847

Milton visiting Galileo when a prisoner of the Inquisition, 1847. Artist: Hart, Solomon Alexander (1806-1881)
Milton visiting Galileo when a prisoner of the Inquisition, 1847. Private Collection

Background imageGalileo Collection: 1731 Johann Scheuchzer planet orbit C008 / 8008

1731 Johann Scheuchzer planet orbit C008 / 8008
1731 Physica Sacra (Sacred Physics) by Johann Scheuchzer (1672-1733) folio copper engraving drawn by a team of engravers under the direction of Johann Andreas Pfeffel (1674-1748)

Background imageGalileo Collection: PSCI2A-00010

PSCI2A-00010
Galileo attempting to defend his belief in the heliocentric solar system before the Inquisition in Rome, 1633. Hand colored halftone of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo & Cosmo De Medic

Galileo & Cosmo De Medic
Galileo shows the satellites of Jupiter to Cosimo de Medici

Background imageGalileo Collection: Cver of the work Dialogo di Galileo Galilei

Cver of the work Dialogo di Galileo Galilei
" Cver of the work " Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo Al Sermo. Ferd. II. Grand. Duca di Toscana". Copy of an engraving by Stefano della Bella (1632). Engraving."

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo / Padua / Observtry

Galileo / Padua / Observtry
his observatory at Padova (Padua)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Galilei, Italian physicist and astronomer

Galileo Galilei, Italian physicist and astronomer
Galileo Galilei. Engraving of Galileo Galilei(1564-1642), Italian astronomer and physicist. In1610 he became the first person to use a telescopefor astronomical studies

Background imageGalileo Collection: Portrait of Galileo Galilei. Artist: Boschi, Francesco (1619-1675)

Portrait of Galileo Galilei. Artist: Boschi, Francesco (1619-1675)
Portrait of Galileo Galilei. Found in the collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo facing the Inquisition, Rome, 1633 (1870)

Galileo facing the Inquisition, Rome, 1633 (1870). Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), Italian astronomer, mathematician and physicist

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) (copperplate engraving)

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) (copperplate engraving)
533637 Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) (copperplate engraving) by Villamena, Francesco (1566-1624); (add.info.: Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) Italian astronomer and mathematician

Background imageGalileo Collection: Frontispiece to Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo by Galileo

Frontispiece to Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo by Galileo, published in 1632 (engraving)
533634 Frontispiece to Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo by Galileo, published in 1632 (engraving by Bella, Stefano della (1610-64); (add.info.: Dialogo dei Massimi Sistemi)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Galilei, (1564-1642) (engraving)

Galileo Galilei, (1564-1642) (engraving)
CUL4855342 Galileo Galilei, (1564-1642) (engraving) by Villamena, Francesco (1566-1624); (add.info.: Galileo Galilei, called (1564-1642). Italian mathematician, physicist and astronomer

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Galilei's tomb. Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence. Italy. 18th century

Galileo Galilei's tomb. Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence. Italy. 18th century
YOU4419629 Galileo Galilei's tomb. Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence. Italy. 18th century by Foggini, Giovanni Battista (1652-1725); (add.info.: Galileo Galilei, called Galilee (1564-1642)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo, a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by

Galileo, a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by the Inquisition
488391 Galileo, a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by the Inquisition and his signature, c.1910 (colour lithograph) by French School

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo, front and reverse of a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of

Galileo, front and reverse of a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by
488390 Galileo, front and reverse of a promotional card for Poulain chocolate with illustrations of Galileo's trial by the Inquisition, his signature and an account of his life

Background imageGalileo Collection: John Milton & Galileo Galilei, 19th century (engraving)

John Milton & Galileo Galilei, 19th century (engraving)
5311771 John Milton & Galileo Galilei, 19th century (engraving) by Hart, Solomon Alexander (1806-81); (add.info.: Illustration showing John Milton (9th December 1608 - 8th November 1674)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Cover of the work ' Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo Al Sermo. Ferd. II. Big

Cover of the work " Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo Al Sermo. Ferd. II. Big
CUL4864053 Cover of the work " Dialogo di Galileo Galilei Linceo Al Sermo. Ferd. II. Big. Duca di Toscana", 1632 (engraving); (add.info)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Galilei and John Milton, 1921 (chromo)

Galileo Galilei and John Milton, 1921 (chromo)
3780094 Galileo Galilei and John Milton, 1921 (chromo); (add.info.: John Milton pays a visit to Galileo Galilei, who explains his theories to him)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Objective lens of the astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object)

Objective lens of the astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object)
DEX5040778 Objective lens of the astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object) by Galilei, Galileo (1564-1642); Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Florence

Background imageGalileo Collection: Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object)

Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object)
DEX5040742 Objective lens and astronomical bezel of Galilee or Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 1610 (object) by Galilei, Galileo (1564-1642); Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Florence

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Avionica Falco 004

Galileo Avionica Falco 004 (msn 004), a modern UAV, now known as the Selex ES Falco, at the SBAC Farnborough Air-show, held from 18 to 23 July 2006. Date: 2006

Background imageGalileo Collection: Magnet given by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) to Ferdinando II de Medici, c. 1608 (object)

Magnet given by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) to Ferdinando II de Medici, c. 1608 (object)
DEX5040803 Magnet given by Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) to Ferdinando II de Medici, c.1608 (object) by Galilei, Galileo (1564-1642); Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Florence

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Galilei demonstrating law of gravity in presence of Giovanni De Medici

Galileo Galilei demonstrating law of gravity in presence of Giovanni De Medici, Tribune of Galileo, Florence, c
DEX5040747 Galileo Galilei demonstrating law of gravity in presence of Giovanni De Medici, Tribune of Galileo, Florence, c.1839 (fresco) by Bezzuoli, Giuseppe (1784-1855); Museo della Specola

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galilee and the Inquisition: 'E pure so muove! '(And yet it moves is a phrase said to have been)

Galilee and the Inquisition: "E pure so muove! "(And yet it moves is a phrase said to have been uttered)
ELD4856314 Galilee and the Inquisition: " E pure so muove! " (And yet it moves is a phrase said to have been uttered before the Inquisition by the Italian mathematician)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei

Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was sentenced in 1633
JLJ4683636 Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was sentenced in 1633 for his work defending the heliocentric model theory of the universe

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece 'Galilee'by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867)

Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece "Galilee"by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867)
JLJ4685427 Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece " Galilee" by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867) at the French Comedie in 1867. The astronomer is represented there in prison

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece 'Galilee'by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867)

Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece "Galilee"by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867)
JLJ4685434 Galilee Representation of Galileo Galilei in the piece " Galilee" by Francois Ponsard (1814-1867) at the French Comedie in 1867. The astronomer is represented there in prison

Background imageGalileo Collection: Detail of 'Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition'The Italian astronomer

Detail of "Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition"The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei
JLJ4683640 Detail of " Galilee (1564-1642) before the Tribunal of the Inquisition" The Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was condemned in 1633 for his work defending the heliocentric model

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo

Galileo Ridden By J.M.Maguire Cheltenham Festival 2004 Cheltenham Racecourse, Cheltenham, England 17 March 2004 Date: 17 March 2004

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galileo Ahead, Over The Bar

Galileo Ahead, Over The Bar Royal & Sunalliance Hurdle Cheltenham Festival 2002 Cheltenham Racecourse, Cheltenham 13 March 2002 Date: 13 March 2002

Background imageGalileo Collection: Portrait of Galileo Galilei. Creator: Anonymous

Portrait of Galileo Galilei. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of Galileo Galilei. Private Collection

Background imageGalileo Collection: Brassy instrument known as 'Jovilabe'(Jovilabium

Brassy instrument known as "Jovilabe"(Jovilabium
LRI4632409 Brassy instrument known as " Jovilabe" (Jovilabium) projected following studies on the Jupiter satellite periods by astronomer Galileo Galilei (Galilee) (1564-1642) around 1610

Background imageGalileo Collection: Double page of 'Medicea Sidera'or Pianeti Medicei

Double page of "Medicea Sidera"or Pianeti Medicei
LRI4632376 Double page of " Medicea Sidera" or Pianeti Medicei (Planetes mediceennes), manuscript by the Italian astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei dit Galilee (1564-1642)

Background imageGalileo Collection: Galilee dit Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) in the presence of the Doge

Galilee dit Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) in the presence of the Doge
LRI4632315 Galilee dit Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) in the presence of the Doge. The scientist presents the telescope at the Venice Senate in the bell tower of St. Marks Square

Background imageGalileo Collection: John Milton, English poet and essayist (1608 - 1674) visited Galileo Galilei (Galileo

John Milton, English poet and essayist (1608 - 1674) visited Galileo Galilei (Galileo
GIA4772726 John Milton, English poet and essayist (1608 - 1674) visited Galileo Galilei (Galileo) (1564 - 1642) in his cell of the Florence Inquisition. Engraving. 1860 approx



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"Galileo: Unveiling the Mysteries of the Cosmos" In the vast realm of astronomy, one name stands out as a beacon of knowledge and discovery - Galileo. This brilliant mind, often referred to as the "father of modern science, " revolutionized our understanding of the universe. Inspired by his predecessors like Carl Sagan, Galileo's contributions have left an indelible mark on humanity's quest for knowledge. Through his groundbreaking work with telescopes, Galileo unveiled secrets hidden within celestial bodies. His sketches in "The Starry Messenger" transported us to another world entirely - GALILEO: MOON. With meticulous precision, he captured the moon as he saw it through his telescope in 1610. These sketches not only amazed but also challenged existing beliefs about our place in the cosmos. Galileos Telescope became an instrument that bridged Earth and sky, allowing him to observe celestial wonders previously unseen by human eyes. It was through this lens that he discovered new moons orbiting Jupiter and witnessed Saturn's enigmatic rings for the first time. But it wasn't just distant planets that captivated Galileo; The Earth & Moon held a special fascination for him too. Through careful observation and analysis, he unraveled their intricate relationship and shed light on their shared journey around the sun. As we delve into history, portraits such as SUSTERMANS' depiction reveal a man whose brilliance radiated from within - Portrait captures both his intellect and determination to challenge conventional wisdom. Galileo Demonstrates his findings with unwavering conviction despite facing opposition from established authorities who feared disruption to prevailing dogmas. His courage paved the way for future scientific revolutions that would shape our understanding of reality itself. Even renowned poet John Milton recognized Galileo's genius during Miltons Italian tour when MILTON VISITED GALILEO in 1638-1639. Their meeting symbolizes how artistry intertwines with scientific inquiry, inspiring each other to push the boundaries of human knowledge.