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  1. Francesco Maria Grimaldi Entró en la Compañía de Jesús en 1632 y fue ordenado sacerdote en 1651. Entre 1640 y 1650 , trabajó con Riccioli , investigando la caída libre de objetos, confirmando los resultados obtenidos anteriormente por Galileo de que la distancia de la caída era proporcional al cuadrado del tiempo empleado.

  2. Francesco Maria Grimaldi (2 April 1618 – 28 December 1663) was an Italian Jesuit priest, mathematician and physicist who taught at the Jesuit college in Bologna. Read more on Wikipedia Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Francesco Maria Grimaldi has received more than 95,784 page views.

  3. ;Italian physicist, b. at Bologna, 2 April, 1618; d. in the same city, 28 Dec., 1663. He entered the Society of Jesus, 18 March, 1632; and, after the usual course of studies, spent twenty-five years as professor of belles-lettres in the colleges of the order. His tastes were, however, scientific,

  4. 21/04/2013 · 100486 Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7 — Francesco Maria Grimaldi Henry Matthias Brock. Italian physicist, b. at Bologna, 2 April, 1618; d. in the same city, 28 Dec., 1663. He entered the Society of Jesus, 18 March, 1632; and, after the usual course of studies, spent twenty-five years as professor of belles-lettres in the colleges of the order.

  5. 28/12/2013 · El matemático y físico Francesco Maria Grimaldi (1618-1663) falleció un 28 de diciembre. Entre 1640 y 1650, trabajó con el astrónomo Giovanni Riccioli , investigando la caída libre de objetos y confirmando los resultados obtenidos anteriormente por Galileo Galilei : la distancia de la caída es proporcional al cuadrado del tiempo invertido.

  6. Frases Francesco Maria Grimaldi. „Light propagates and spreads not only directly, through refraction, and reflection, but also by a fourth mode, diffraction.“. Lumen propagatur seu diffunditur non solum Directe, Refracte, ac Reflexe, sed etiam alio quodam quarto modo, Diffracte. Help us translate this quote.

  7. Frases Francesco Maria Grimaldi. „Light propagates and spreads not only directly, through refraction, and reflection, but also by a fourth mode, diffraction.“. Lumen propagatur seu diffunditur non solum Directe, Refracte, ac Reflexe, sed etiam alio quodam quarto modo, Diffracte. Help us translate this quote.