Scientific Revolution

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In History
  • Jan 1, 1543

    De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium

    It was a book that Copernicus wrote. The book was published in Nuremberg of Germany by a guy named Johannes Petreius. The book was about the heliocentric theory. It described a model of the universe to Ptolemy's geocentric system.
  • Mar 20, 1543

    On the Fabric of the Human Body

    Adreas Vesalius publishes a book over the human body almost the same as Fallopian but improves and correct the errors of the past tests
  • Dec 13, 1545

    Council of Trent

    The Council of Trent played an important part in determining the outcome of the Counter-Reformation. Also including the jesuits, the Council of Trent was a big feature of the Counter Reformation.
  • Feb 5, 1561

    Fallopian Tubes

    Gabriele Falloppio was an Italian anatomist who discoverd the Fallopian Tubes through long studies of the human body.
  • "The Ash-Wensday Supper"

    A monk, Giordano Bruno talks about the philosohpy that explains his ideas about the universe. To his understanding, he says that the universe is infinitely large and that the eath is no way near close to the center of the universe. Because of his ideas, Giordano Bruno is burned to death on a stake as a "heretic".
  • Properties of Gravity

    In 1591 Galileo became a professor dealing with math at the University of Pisa. He questioned Aristotle theories about physics . Galileo demonstrated that unequal weights fall at the same speed by dropping two cannon balls of diffrent weight from the leaning tower of Pisa to show that they hit the ground togather. Therefor he showed his own idea of gravity.
  • Francois Viete

    Francois Viete invented analytical trigonometry which would later help us out in modern day physics astronomy
  • Messenger of the Heavens

    In the book Galileo wrote, Galileo describes the moon's surface and Jupiter's moon. Therefor making the church uneasy and wanted him to to take his theorys back
  • Johannes Kepler Law Of Planetary Motion

    Johannes Kepler's law of planetary motion talks about how the planets operate and how they orbit. Later on it becomes the final step leading to rejection of Aristotelian law of motion system.
  • Galileo VS the Inquisition

    The Inquisition forces Galileo to sign a recantation and forces him to house arrest for the remaining last nine years of his life