Hypatia, (born c. 355 ce—died March 415, Alexandria), mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher who lived in a very turbulent era in Alexandria’s history. She is the earliest female mathematician of whose life and work reasonably detailed knowledge exists. Hypatia was the daughter of Theon of Alexandria, himself a mathematician and astronomer and the last attested member […]Read more "Hypatia & Library of Alexandria"
Carl Edward Sagan was an American astronomer, cosmologist, astrophysicist and a science communicator. He, without any doubt, inspired many people to be curious about the universe. No one will ever match his talent as the “gatekeeper of scientific credibility”. No one has ever explained space, in all its bewildering glory, as well as Sagan did. […]Read more "10 TIMES CARL SAGAN LITERALLY BLEW OUR MINDS"
Johannes Kepler 10 August 1591 , Johannes Kepler graduated MA at the University of Tübingen. This is a verified undisputed historical fact, however nearly all secondary sources go on to state that he then went on to study theology, his studies being interrupted, shortly before completion, when he was appointed school teacher and district mathematicus […]Read more "HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY"