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Galileo Galilei (15 February 15648 January 1642), commonly known as Galileo, was a Human man, a scientist who lived in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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Galileo played a major role in Europe's Scientific Revolution, and was widely considered a father of the sciences for centuries to follow.

When T'Lera was accused of ill-intent after admitting the Vulcans had been observing Earth since 1943, she countered that Galileo and other had been observing the stars for far longer. (TOS novel: Strangers from the Sky)

Numerous starships and other space vessels christened Galileo were named in his honor.


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