Real Scientific Timeline

  • Feb 19, 1473

    Copernicus was born.

  • Jan 1, 1514

    Heliocentric Centri Theory of Copernicus

    Heliocentric Centri Theory of Copernicus
    Heliocentric is the astonomical model which the earth and diffrent planets revolve the sun. Beginign with the obsrvation of William Herschel, astronomers began to realize that the sun was not the center of the universe. Edwin Hubble by the 1920s Edwin Hubble had shown that it was part of a galaxy that was only one of many billions.
  • Jan 1, 1522

    First Globe

    First Globe
    Ferdinand Magellan was born in 1480 Aapril 27, 1521, he was a Portuguese explore. He was born in Portugal, but then later obtained Spanish nationality in order to serve King Charled I of spain in search for the "spice isalnd"
  • Nov 15, 1542

    On the revolution of the heavenly spheres.

    On the revolution of the heavenly spheres.
    Nicolas Copernicus (1473-1543) was an Renaissance astronomer who work on the heliocentric theory. The book was first printed in 1543 in Nuremberg, offered an altenative modrl of the universe to Ptolemy's geocentric system which had been wiedely accepted ever since ancient times.
  • Properties of gravity

    Properties of gravity
    Galileo demostrated the properties of gravity, from the top of the leaning tower of pisa. he droped a one pound and a hundred pond weight, dropped at the same time, also hit the ground at the same time. Refuting the contention of the aristolelian system which states that the fall of an object is dependent on the amount of weight.
  • Kepler published Astronomia Nova

    Kepler published Astronomia Nova
    The book contains the redult of Keplers ten year investigation of the motion of mars. Also it demonstreted that the planets follow elliptical path about the sun. And most importanly it contain his famous three laws of planetary motion, which is still used today.
  • Galileo published the Letters on sunspot

    Galileo published the Letters on sunspot
    Galileos letters on the sunspots were writen to mark welser in 1612, but published in 1613. By tracking the motion of the sunspots across the face of the sun, galileo proved that they were contiguous with the suns surface, and were not planets.
  • Galileo's discovered the telescope

    Galileo's discovered the telescope
    Galileo was an italian physicist, mathematic, astronomer and philosopher who played a major role in the scientic revolution. He was most called the "father of modern physics." One of his most know achievements was improving the telescope.
  • published naturalis principia

    published naturalis principia
    Isaac Newton Publishes Philosophia Naturalis Principia Mathematica Perhaps tIsaac Newton Publishes Philosophia Naturalis Principia Mathematica Perhaps the most important event in the history of science, the Principia lays out Newton's comprehensive model of the universe as organized according to the law of universal gravitation. The Principia represents the integration of the works of all of the great astronomers who preceded Newton, and remains the basis of modern physics and astronomy
  • Isaac newton death

    Isaac newton death
    In old age Newton's health began to deteriorate: whe was eighty he began to suffer from incontinence, due to a weakness in the bladder, and his movement and diet became restricted.His fame only grew with his death. Decades later, the philosopher David Hume would write that Newton was "the greatest and rarest genius that ever rose for the adornment and instruction of the species.