What was the Scientific Revolution?

The Scientific Revolution changed the way people thought about the physical world around them

Who were the people associated with the change?


Copernicus was born February 19,1473. he died may 24,1543.
he was a polish astronomer. he studied liberal arts , including astronomy and astrology.


Galileo was born February 15,1564. he died on January 8,1642.

Galileo was called the founder of modern science.he was one of the first people to examine the heavens with a telescope.

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Kepler was born December 27,1571.he died November 15,1630.

he was the first to explain correctly how human beings see to demonstrate what happens to light when it enters a telescope.he taught astronomy and mathematics at the university in Graz, Austria.

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How did the Scientific Revolution impact society?

As science assumed greater significance, the question of the role of the Roman Catholic Church in a changing culture became important. While the church opposed the views of many scientists, it benefited from new discoveries that made Renaissance art and architecture possible.

How is the Scientific Revolution evidenced in today's modern society?

scientific revolution has been the subject of intense and recurring debate throughout the history of science.