1564: Galileo Galilei
, Italian astronomer and mathematician, was born in Pisa.
Fifteen students from Leyden High School District 212 were inducted into the Galileo Galilei
Chapter of the Societa Onoraria Italica (Italian Honor Society) on Thursday, Jan.
Objective: To determine the correlation between mean central corneal thickness taken with Galilei
dual Scheimpflug Analyzer and Applanation Ultrasound Pachymetry.
The church, a top tourist attraction, is where Italian luminaries Michelangelo, Galileo Galilei
and Niccolo Machiavelli are buried.
Unusually for a robotic mission, Juno is carrying passengers - "Legonaut" figures of the 17th-century Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei
, the Roman god Jupiter and his wife Juno, made by Lego from aluminium instead of plastic to withstand the extreme conditions of space travel.
La proxima actuacion de Belinda tendra lugar el 24 de febrero en la emblematica sala Galileo Galilei
de Madrid, con su grupo The Washington Band.
In recent years, a new Scheimpflug-based device, the Galilei
dual Scheimpflug analyzer (Ziemer Group, Switzerland), was introduced to the market.
Reflection about the economy was free of the tensions of other fields of knowledge, such as the travails of Galileo Galilei
, which allowed for the study of economic life with the instruments of analytical observation.
I find this expression quite pertinent when I think of Galileo Galilei
, both as a scientist and as a man of letters.
The 95th edition of this hefty classic reference continues with a feature initiated in the 94th in which the achievements of some major historical figures in chemistry and physics are highlighted--in this edition: Galileo Galilei
, James Clerk Maxwell, Marie Sklodowska Curie, and Linus Carl Pauling.
It covers witchcraft and magic, the printing press, humanism, Leonardo da Vinci, Martin Luther, the birth of modern medicine, the reform of anatomy and physiology, educational reform and Peter Ramus, Nicolaus Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei
, Francis Bacon, experimental philosophy in the seventeenth century, and Isaac Newton.
Italian scientist Galileo Galilei
(1564-1642) first called the light display the Aurora Borealis, which in Latin translates to the red dawn of the north.