By Kathie W
A development which arose in the early sixteenth century with the consmological discoveries of Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543).
What Was The Scientific Revolution?
Refers to historical changes in thought & belief, to changes in social & institutional organization, that unfolded in Europe between roughly 1550-1700, beginning with Nicholas Copernicus(1473-1543)
How did the change impact society at the time?
This three people that found out that Earth and there's other planet around the sun.They told the people that it is true and they have evidence that they can prove it. Roman Catholic Church punish each one of them, because they don't believe them. And the truth is the people of Roman found out later that they right. The three people named Galileo, Copernicus, and Kepler.
How is that change evidenced in today's modern society?
Today's change is that people study about biography and chemistry now.There is a scientist too that study about Earth in today's life. Scientist can now find out that how is the earth and the sun. How big the sun is near to us people of earth.
WHO WERE THE PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THE CHANGE?
- He born in Pisa ,Italy, on FEBRUARY 15, 1564
- He was one of the first people to examine the heavens with a cope.
- He said that the sun is the center of the solar system
- He is important because he found out that the sun is the center of the solar system and also Galileo is the called the founder of modern science
- Galileo became blind in 1637 but continued to work
- He died on January 8, 1642
- He born on FEBRUARY 19, 1473, In Torun, Poland
- He bacame an officer in the Roman Catholic Church
- He regarded as one of the planets that revolved around the Sun
- He also stated that Earth rotated on an axis
- He He is important because he is the one of the Roman Catholic Church and also he studied the astronomy
- He died on May 24, 1543
- He born in Dec. 27, 1571 at Weil der Stadt in the duchy of Wurttemberg
- He is the one who study and found out that the Earth and the other planets of the solar system travel around the Sun are elliptical, or oval, in shape.
- He is the first to explain correctly how human beings see and to demonstrate what happens to light when it enters a telescope.
- He also called "Kepler's laws".
- He is important because the Roman can trust him but he don't want to quit his job and what's he looking for.