Great Minds Set of 3 – (Halley, Galileo and Kepler)

Just one piece from the Great Minds puzzle range. Will you be able to master this challenging set of wooden brainteasers?

Kepler’s Planetary Puzzle

Can you separate the pieces and rebuild the puzzle? A major figure in the 17th century scientific revolution, Kepler published his Laws of Planetary Motion in 1609. He was instrumental in debunking the long-held view that the Sun orbited the Earth.

Galileo’s Globe

Can you separate the pieces and rebuild the puzzle? An influential astronomer, Galileo famously used the telescope to make astronomical observations that eventually changed the understanding of the universe. Significantly, he claimed that the Earth was not the centre of the universe but that the planets, including Earth, orbited around the Sun, a controversial theory at the time!

Halley’s Comet

Can you separate the pieces and rebuild the puzzle? Halley became the youngest member of the Royal Society at the age of 22. He is best known for calculating the orbit of the comet, now known as Halley’s Comet, that is only visible from Earth every 75-76 years. Its appearance had been recorded since 240 BC and it even features in the Bayeux Tapestry, created shortly after 1066.

Product Specification

Product Code: GM1351

Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 25 x 9.5 cm

Pack Size: 6

Pack Dimensions: 27 × 26 × 21 cm

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Great Minds Kepler’s Planetary Puzzle

Great Minds Galileo’s Globe Puzzle

Great Minds Halley’s Comet Puzzle

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