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Galileo's Telescope -The Instrument that Changed the World

Keywords: Galileo, Telescope, Scientific
Science& Technology

Galileo's Telescope: The Instrument That Changed the World is an exciting journey through time and space, showing the enormous impact the telescope had on science and society of the XVII century. Galileo's works illustrate a lifetime of engagement in science, art, literature, music, religion, philosophy,politics and culture: his creative achievements still live on today. Through six thematic sections, visitors will enjoy discovering the life and the works of Galileo, the inventor of the  "Navigation System" 400 years ago.
Faithful replicas of the original instruments, important documents and manuscripts, interactive exhibits and multimedia applications offer a key contribution to understand Galileo's scientific achievements and discoveries.Visitors will get a great insight in the brilliant mind of the scientist, having the unique opportunity to go deeper and to learn more about the world of Galileo.

Florence, Museo Galileo 04.03.2008/31.01.2009
Beijing, Beijing Planetarium 15.10.2008/10.01.2009
Philadelphia, The Franklin Institute 04.04.2009/07.09.2009
Stockholm, Nobel Museum 09.10.2009/17.01.2010
Rome, Palazzo Incontro 30.10.2009/06.01.2010

Area: 500-1000㎡
Graded Objects: 67 Pieces(Set)
Availability: 01 Sep 2016--31 Aug 2017

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