braxtonfields/scientific revolution

  • Period: Jan 1, 1500 to

    braxtonfields/scientific revolution

    here are some of the important scientific advances made during the scientific revolution
  • Sep 15, 1543

    1543 human body

    1543: Andreas Vesalius Publishes On the Fabric of the Human Body This is the first great work of science and the foundation of modern biology. In it, Vesalius look and study about the human body.
  • Nov 8, 1543

    master work

    1543: Nicolas Copernicus Publishes De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium Copernicus' masterwork; he sets out the heliocentric theory.
  • 24 page book

    1610: Galileo Publishes his 24-page booklet describes his telescopic observations of the moon's surface, and of Jupiter's moons
  • the third and final law of plantery mostion

    1618: Johannes Kepler Reveals His Third and Final Law of Planetary Motion Kepler's laws of planetary motion describe the for and operation of planetary orbits.
  • scientific method

    1637: Rene Descartes Publishes His Discourse on Method Descartes' work sets forth the principles of general law of reasoning as used in the old scientific method.
  • making the air pump

    1656: Otto von Guericke Invents the Air Pump Van Guerick demonstrates the properties of a vacuum by using his air pump to take the air from the atmosphere
  • inside the human body!!

    1680: Giovanni Alfonso Borelli Publishes On the Motion of Animals Borelli's work is the greatest of the application of mechanical laws to the human organism.
  • was had the most important event

    1687: Isaac Newton Publishes Philosophia Naturalis Principia Mathematica Perhaps the most important event in the history of science