Galileo's Instruments of Credit: Telescopes, images, secrecy by Mario Biagioli

Galileo's Instruments of Credit: Telescopes, images, secrecy by Mario Biagioli


By Antony Anderson IN 1609, while he was professor of mathematics at Padua in Italy, and in his mid-40s, Galileo Galilei heard of the invention of the telescope by Hans Lippershey and constructed a vastly improved version with lenses that he ground himself. Within six years, the astronomical discoveries he made with it took him from being an unknown mathematics professor running a student boarding house to a star of the court of the Medici in Florence,
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