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" When I had seen these phenomena, as I knew that corresponding changes of position could not by any means belong to Jupiter, and as, moreover, I perceived that the stars which I saw had always been the same, for there were no others either in front or... "
The Sidereal messenger of Galileo Galilei, and a part of the preface to ... - Page 46
by Galileo Galilei, Johann Kepler - 1880
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The Stars and Their Stories: A Book for Young People

Constellations - 1913 - 274 pages
...two only, and both on the east side of Jupiter, the third, as I thought, being hidden by the planet. They were situated just as before, exactly in the...moreover, I perceived that the stars which I saw had always been the same, for there were no others either in front or behind, within a great distance,...
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The Great Astronomical Revolution: 1534-1687 and the Space Age Epilogue

Patrick Moore - Science - 1994 - 258 pages
...with regard to Jupiter, the third, as I thought, being hidden by the planet : East * jf T- \ West They were situated just as before, exactly in the...the Zodiac . . . 'When I had seen these phenomena, I knew that corresponding changes of position could not by any means belong to Jupiter, and as, moreover,...
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The English Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents

Kate Aughterson - History - 2002 - 608 pages
...of Jupiter, the third, as I thought, heing hidden hy the planet. They were simated just as hefore, exactly in the same straight line with Jupiter, and...knew that corresponding changes of position could not hy any means helong to Jupiter, and as moreover, I perceived that the stars which I saw had heen always...
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The Book of the Cosmos: Imagining the Universe from Heraclitus to Hawking

Dennis Richard Danielson - Science - 2001 - 556 pages
...of them on the east side of Jupiter, with the third, I thought, hidden behind. As before, they were exactly in the same straight line with Jupiter and along the Zodiac. Given these observations, and knowing that such changes of position could not be explained by reference...
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Cosmology, Atomic Theory, Evolution: Classic Readings in the Literature of ...

William Cecil Dampier Dampier, Margaret Dampier - Science - 2003 - 275 pages
...OCGFig. 3hidden by the planet. They were situated just as before, exactly in the same straight fine with Jupiter, and along the Zodiac. When I had seen...moreover, I perceived that the stars which I saw had always been the same, for there were no others either in front or behind, within a great distance,...
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The Nature of Reasoning

Robert J. Sternberg, Jacqueline P. Leighton - Psychology - 2004 - 470 pages
...is not supported. Let us return to the report to see what conclusion Galileo drew. Galileo states: When I had seen these phenomena, as I knew that corresponding...moreover, I perceived that the stars which I saw had always been the same, for there were no others either in front or behind, within the great distance,...
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The Neurological Basis of Learning, Development and Discovery: Implications ...

Anton E. Lawson - Education - 2003 - 283 pages
...supported. (conclusion) Let's return to the report to see what conclusion Galileo drew. Galileo states: When I had seen these phenomena, as I knew that corresponding...moreover, I perceived that the stars which I saw had always been the same, for there were no others either in front or behind, within the great distance,...
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