Galileo at Work: His Scientific Biography
This fascinating, scholarly study by one of the world's foremost authorities on Galileo offers a vivid portrait of one of history's greatest minds. Detailed accounts, including many excerpts from Galileo's own writings, offer insights into his work on motion, mechanics, hydraulics, strength of materials, and projectiles. 36 black-and-white illustrations.
Specifications of Galileo at Work: His Scientific Biography
|Publisher||Univ of Chicago Pr (T)|
|Number Of Pages||587|
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