Additional Galileo literature is at:
Galileo Galilei's notes on Motion are being digitized at the National Library of Florence.
You can view the folios at:
At the History of Science Department (University of Oklahoma) you'll find a handy
on-line exhibits page covering a range of topics and researchers. This includes a digitized
copy of Galileo's Siderevs nuncius (Venice, 1610), containing his early observations with a
"The Works of Galileo" can be found here:
then click on any of the topics and then look to the right hand sidebar to see a link for
Siderevs nuncius (Venice, 1610).
In Florence, the Institute and Museum of the History of Science has a number of digitized
The Galilean Telescope Page has great instructions for accessing the Institute and Museum
of the History of Science web site (above)
Be sure to visit their web page reproducing images from replicas of Galileo's telescope:
For an interesting read: David Freedberg (2002) The Eye of the Lynx: Galileo, His Friends,
and the Beginnings of Modern Natural History.
-- Daniel Meatte (email)