Johannes Kepler will be sold for 442 Birthday a Google Doodle
12.27.2013, 12:57 clock
A stern face peering out of the space in which a planet revolves around the sun. It is the face of Johannes Kepler, the great German scientist and astrologer who today welcomed the users on the Google homepage. The Google Doodle honors Kepler at its current 442 Birthday.
Johannes Kepler was born on 27/12/1571 in Weil der Stadt, was a natural philosopher, mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, opticians and theologian – a natural talent in many areas, whose insights brought humanity far forward. His knowledge of the laws according to which planets move around the sun today as Kepler’s laws are known.
In mathematics, he developed a numerical method for calculation of integrals – the Kepler Fassregel. Even calculating with logarithms common Kepler. He also led the optics as a scientific study and helped to prove the discoveries made with a telescope of Galileo Galilei.
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Kepler began his career as a mathematics teacher at a seminary school in Graz, before he became an assistant to Tycho Brahe, the imperial mathematician. He was, until his dismissal of the court astrologer of General Wallenstein. Today, countless roads and schools are named after him for his achievements as the founder of modern science.
the idea for the Google Doodle
The Google Doodle is at special events (national) remind Holidays, or honor famous personalities of world history at the birth or death days. The first doodle was created even before the official founding of the company: The founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin played in 1998 around the company logo to represent their attendance at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert and thus Google’s users to signal their absence in the company .
Two years later, the founders asked their webmaster Dennis Hwang, an intern at the time to design a doodle for the day of the storming of the Bastille. This was so well received by the users that Dennis Hwang was appointed “Chief Doodler”. Since then appear numerous national and international Doodles, which are created by a specially responsible talented team of graphic designers and illustrators. Members of this team are internally called “The Doodlers”.
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27.12.2013, 12:57 clock
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