Without the use of big telescopes, computers or any other technological invention that we now have available, 17th century Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei made a range of discoveries about astronomy that are still valuable today. Among his many discoveries are several of Jupiter's moons, detailed descriptions of the Moon's surface, the phases of Venus and even sunspots. In the words of Einstein, "he [Galileo] is the father of modern physics; indeed, of modern science altogether." Come and see this show to learn more about his life, his discoveries, and how he made them - and in making them, how he broke many of the taboos of the time!
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