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Life in the Universe - 3rd EditionChapter 1 Questions1) What do we mean by a habitable world? Does a habitable world necessarilyhave life?
2) As discussed in class, the Greeks actually considered both Earth-centered andSun-centered models of the cosmosa. Briefly describe the pros and cons of each model as they were seen in ancienttimes, and explain why the Greeks preferred the geocentric model.b. Suppose you could travel back in time and show the Greeks one observationfrom modern times.If your goal was to convince the Greeks to accept theSun-centered model, what observation would you choose and why?
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