Discuss how the Scientific Revolution began in astronomy but quickly spread to physics.

nstructionsOnce again, you will write a guided essay on one of the following topics. Use the McClellan and Dorn text as your starting point and effectively use at least one other scholarly source. Use what you learned in Essay 1 for identifying quality resources.Topic Choices:A) Discuss how the Scientific Revolution began in astronomy but quickly spread to physics.B) Explain some of the reasons given during the Scientific Revolution for the utility of science.C) What economic factors led to the inventions necessary for the Industrial Revolution? Did scientific theories play a role in these inventions? What are the main features of what McClellan and Dorn call “Industrial Civilization”?D) How was theoretical science applied to engineering and industry in the late 19th century (during the Second Scientific Revolution)? How did this application differ from the relationship between science and technology during the Industrial Revolution?Important reminders: use the generally accepted dates for the Scientific Revolution and the Industrial Revolution as we focused on them in Weeks 3 and 4.Guided Essay:1. Start with an introduction: this should be at least 3-5 sentences that summarize the main idea behind your essay. You will identify which topic you selected and make your main point.2. Next you move into the body of your essay. Here you will write at least 3 paragraphs that outline specific evidence supporting your main point.3. Finally, wrap it all up in a nice conclusion. This will be at least 3-5 sentences that summarizes your main point and evidence. Do not just repeat your introduction or use exact sentences from your body paragraphs.4. Finish with references! Now that you’ve had some practice with APA formatting, be sure to provide references in that format. Refer to Essay 1 if you still need help with this.