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Pictures of ‘astronomy’ (exact matches)

Galileo Galilei, Italian physicist, mathematician and astronomer
Galileo Galilei, Italian physicist, mathematician and astronomer
Galileo discovering new worlds
Galileo discovering new worlds
The telescope
The telescope
Hipparchus in the observatory in Alexandria
Hipparchus in the observatory in Alexandria
Astronomy
Astronomy
Pierre-Simon Laplace, French mathematician and astronomer
Pierre-Simon Laplace, French mathematician and astronomer
Johannes Kepler, German mathematician and astronomer
Johannes Kepler, German mathematician and astronomer
Discovering Our Cities: The Marvel of the Mersey (Liverpool). Jeremiah Horrocks
Discovering Our Cities: The Marvel of the Mersey (Liverpool). Jeremiah Horrocks
Urbain Le Verrier, French mathematician and astronomer
Urbain Le Verrier, French mathematician and astronomer
Sir Isaac Newton's telescope
Sir Isaac Newton's telescope
Johann Karl Friedrich Zoellner, German astronomer
Johann Karl Friedrich Zoellner, German astronomer
Isaac Newton and gravity
Isaac Newton and gravity
Mars
Mars
The Big Dipper or the Plough
The Big Dipper or the Plough
Christiaan Huygens, Dutch physicist, mathematician and astronomer and horologist
Christiaan Huygens, Dutch physicist, mathematician and astronomer and horologist
Venus
Venus
Archimedes of Syracuse
Archimedes of Syracuse
Pierre Gassendi, French astronomer and philosopher, as a child
Pierre Gassendi, French astronomer and philosopher, as a child
Pierre Gassendi, French philosopher, scientist and mathematician
Pierre Gassendi, French philosopher, scientist and mathematician
Galileo's discovery that the Earth revolved around the Sun was considered herasy
Galileo's discovery that the Earth revolved around the Sun was considered herasy