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Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist. He developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. Einstein's work is also known for its influence on the philosophy of science.


Einstein had difficulty with social interactions, had tactile sensitivity, was very intelligent yet found his language difficult at times, and had difficulty learning in school.


Albert Einstein is one of history's most famous thinkers. His theory of relativity, E=mc2, remains one of the most significant equations in the history of physics. Before the publication of the theory of relativity, entities such as time and space and mass and energy were separate. As a result, the findings demonstrated in his famous theory helped develop a completely new way of conceptualizing the space-time relationship.



English physicist and mathematician Sir Isaac Newton, most famous for his law of gravitation, was instrumental in the scientific revolution of the 17th century.


9. His dog set his laboratory on fire, ruining 20 years of research.

At least, that's the story Newton told. Some historians believe that Newton never even owned a dog, hypothesizing that he left a window open and a gust of wind knocked over a lit candle. But the dog story lives on it was recorded as early as 1833 in The Life of Sir Isaac Newton. When he saw what man's best friend had done, Newton is said to have exclaimed, "O Diamond, Diamond, thou little knowest the mischief thou hast done."


Isaac Newton laid the blueprints for his three laws of motion, still recited by physics students, in 1666. ... Newton's wide range of discoveries, from his theories of optics to his groundbreaking work on the laws of motion and gravity, formed the basis for modern physics.

Galileo Galilei


Galileo Galilei was born on February 15, 1564, in Pisa in the Duchy of Florence, Italy. He was the first of six children born to Vincenzo Galilei, a well-known musician and music theorist, and Giulia Ammannati.


Galileo never married and had all his children out of wedlock with Marina Gambia, whom he met on a trip to Venice.


Before we had amazing technology that allows us to send telescopes into space, travel to the moon or even use a simple pair of binoculars to look into the night sky, people did not have a clue as to what mysteries the universe might hold.I

Le verrier


Urbain Jean Joseph Le Verrier was a French mathematician who specialized in celestial mechanics and is best known for predicting the existence and position of Neptune using only mathematics.


Le Verrier was born at Saint-Lô, Manche, France, and studied at École Polytechnique. He briefly studied chemistry under Gay-Lussac, writing papers on the combinations of phosphorus and hydrogen, and phosphorus and oxygen.


Extremely well known for co-discovering the planet, Neptune.

William Herschel


Frederick William Herschel, KH, FRS was a British astronomer and composer of German origin, and brother of fellow astronomer Caroline Herschel, with whom he worked.


He was an oboist in the Military Band like his father.

Herschel also played the violin, harpsichord and organ.

He composed 24 symphonies and many concertos.


(1738-1822). The founder of modern stellar astronomy was a German-born organist, William Herschel. His discovery of Uranus in 1781 was the first identification of a planet since ancient times

Clyde Tombaugh


Clyde William Tombaugh was an American astronomer.


Clyde William Tombaugh was an American astronomer. He discovered Pluto in 1930, the first object to be discovered in what would later be identified as the Kuiper belt.


In 1928, the amateur astronomer was offered a job at Lowell Observatory in Arizona, where he discovered Pluto.

Percival Lowell


Percival Lowell was an astronomer, author and mathematician who founded the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff Arizona.


Lowell’s name is also forever linked with Pluto although he did not live to see that distant planet


He is best known for fueling speculation that there was life on Mars, a vision that has had enormous impact on the development of Science Fiction.

Vera Rubin


Vera Cooper Rubin was an American astronomer who pioneered work on galaxy rotation rates. She uncovered the discrepancy between


Even though a high school physics teacher warned Rubin away from science, and an admissions officer at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania advised her to major in something more suitable than astronomy, Rubin went her own way. She was determined to investigate the universe's secrets for herself.


Rubin’s most important scientific contribution was establishing that the orbiting speeds of gas clouds in the outer parts of galaxies remain constant

Edwin Hubble


Edwin Hubble was born on November 20, 1889. Hubble's revolutionary work includes finding a constant relationship between galaxies' redshift and distance, which helped to eventually prove that the universe is expanding.


In the 1920s, Edwin Hubble made history by looking through a 100-inch telescope at Mount Wilson in Southern California.


Astronomer Edwin Hubble revolutionized the field of astrophysics.

A nova is a star increasing its brightness and then slowly going back to is original spot after a few months.

A supernova is a point when a star dies and goes of like a over sized firecracker. But to be serious this happens when they reach the end of there life and can light up the entire galaxy.

Open clusters are basically loose groups of stars.

A globular cluster is a groups of stars is a ball shape due to high dense of gravity.

A nebula is a cluster of gas and dust visible in space or in the night sky.

A galaxy is a system of millions or even billions of stars with gas and dust that's put together with gravitational attraction.

A quasar is a massive object that emits large amount of energy.

A black hole a spot in space that haves so much gravitational pull anything can be sucked into it.

A black dwarf is remnant of the white dwarf that cooled down. It does not emits heat or light at all.

A white dwarf is the last stage of a star when it almost runs out of nuclear materials inside the sun.

The sun is the star in the center of the solar system.

A solar flar is momentarily eruption of high radiation.

A solar prominence is a very big bright feature extending out from the suns surface.

A patch of cooled area on the suns surface that appears time to time.

A continuing flow of charged particles coming from the sun.

An aurora is a collision between electrical charged particles release from the sun and entering the earths atmosphere.

A Soler eclipse is when the Moon obscures with the sun.

Mercury is actually the smallest innermost planet in our solar system.

Venus is the second planet orbiting the sunand had the longest rotation in any planet in the solar system.

Mars is the fourth planet from the sun and is actually the smallest lancet in the solar system.

Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system and is the fifth planet from the sun.

Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system and is the sixth planet from the sun.

Uranus is the third largest planet in our solar system and is the seventh planet from the sun.

Neptune is the fourth largest planet by diameter in the solar system and is the eighth and farthest planet from the sun.

Pluto is not considered a planet but it is a Dorf planet.

Comets contain ice and dust and have contrailsof ice and dust.

And Oort Cloud is a large shell off ice.

And astroid belt is a region between Mars and Jupiter. To which this is where most of our astroid is in the solar system.

An astroid is a small matter that came down from space.

Our moon is the Earths natural satellite.

apparent magnitude, The magnitude of a Celestial object as it is actually measured from the sun

absolute magnitude, The magnitude of a celestial object as it would be seen at a standard distance of 10 parsecs

eclipsing variable star, pair of stars revolving about their common and three of mass in a orbit for his plane passes through or very near the earth.

variable star, hey star who's brightness as seen from earth

light year, A unit of astronomical distance equivalent to the distance that light travels in one year

astronomical unit, A unit of measurement equal to 149,600,000 km the mean distance from the center of the earth to the center of the sun

event horizon, is the boundary defining the region of space around a black hole

elctromagnetic spectrum, generally electromagnetic radiation is classified by wavelength into radio waves

. ROYGBIV, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet

dark matter. Dark matter is a hypothetical type of matter distinct from dark energy


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