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  • Darina Zheleva

    Giovanni Domenico Cassini (1625 – 1712) was an Italian mathematician, astronomer, astrologer and engineer. He is known for his work in the fields of astronomy and engineering. Cassini most notably discovered four satellites of the planet Saturn and noted the division of the rings of Saturn (with the Cassini Division becoming named after him).

  • Andrea Salido Serrano

    GIOVANNI CASSINI Fue un astrónomo, geodesta e ingeniero francés de origen italiano. Cassini fue un contemporáneo de Isaac Newton que realizó numerosas contribuciones observacionales a la astronomía del sistema solar que acabarían siendo fundamentales para apuntalar su teoría de la gravitación.

  • Samu Santos Reyes

    Giovanni Domenico Cassini (Perinaldo, República de Génova, 8 de junio de 1625 – París, Francia, 14 de septiembre de 1712) fue un astrónomo, geodesta e ingeniero francés de origen italiano. Desde 1669 vivió en Francia y en 1673 se convirtió en ciudadano francés, por lo que también es conocido por la versión francesa de su nombre, Jean-Dominique Cassini. Luis XIV de Francia le nombró en 1671 director del Observatorio de París y miembro de la Academia de Ciencias.

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