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Galileo Galilei . He only helped support the theory through his observations , he didn't invent the model, Copernicus did.

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Who used a telescope to make discoveries supported the heliocentric model?

Galileo


Who use the telescope to make discoveries that supported heliocentric models?

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Who used a telescope to make discoveries that supported the heliocentric model?

Galileo


Who discovered telescope supported heliocentric?

Galileo was the first to discover telescope supported heliocentric.


How did data gathered using Galileo's telescope supported the heliocentric model?

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What are two observations that Galileo made through his telescope that supported the heliocentric model?

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Who is the person that used a telescope to make discovers that supported the heliocentric model and what time period did this person use this?

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When did galilao die?

Galileo Galilei died on January 8, 1642. He was an Italian astronomer who made many discoveries and observations through the use of a telescope, including the moons of Jupiter and the observation of sunspots. He also supported the heliocentric theory. He was born in 1564.


How did Galileo observations support the idea of the heliocentric system?

Galileo's observations with his telescope supported the concept of heliocentricism. He noted that the satellites of Jupiter and Venus, based on their range of phases, did not match geocentricism supported by Ptolemy. He noted that based on these findings, that the Heliocentric theory was correct.


How did galileo's observations support the idea of heliocentric system?

Galileo's observations with his telescope supported the concept of heliocentricism. He noted that the satellites of Jupiter and Venus, based on their range of phases, did not match geocentricism supported by Ptolemy. He noted that based on these findings, that the Heliocentric theory was correct.


What scientific contribution did Copernicus Galileo and newton make to the age of reason?

Copernicus proposed the theory of a heliocentric model while Galileo improved the telescope, studied Jupiter's moons, and supported the heliocentric model


Who introduced the idea of a heliocentric model of telescope that uses mirrors?

I believe you are confusing two things here; there is no such thing as a "heliocentric model of telescope". There is a heliocentric model of our Solar System, and there are telescopes. The two are unrelated.

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