The Tower of Pisa, imagined collapsing
|Caption||The Tower of Pisa, imagined collapsing. The tower was the setting for one of Galileo's most famous experiments (bottom inset). He climbed to the top of the tower and dropped objects of different weights to prove that they would reach the ground at the same time. Original artwork for illustration on pp10-11 of Look and Learn issue no 678 (11 January 1975). Lent for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
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