The Man Who Saw Farthest

The Father of modern science, Galileo decides to drastically improve a two-year-old invention, the telescope, and point it to the sky; his expert recordings and extraordinary discoveries will shake our very beliefs to the core.

Heliocentrism, telescopes, patents, and Jovian moons — all the key moments and turning points in the lead up to Galileo’s remarkable discovery of Jupiter’s moons and his subsequent scientific proof of heliocentrism in a short visual narrative by Savanteum.