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16.Galileo's telescopic discoveries of mountains on the Moon and spots on the sun were controversial because theysuggested that the sun and Moona.are the same kind of object.b.are not perfect.c.are inhabited.d. orbit each other.
17.An apparent westward motion of a planet in the sky compared to the background stars (as viewed from the Earth) whenobserved on successive nights is referred to as
18.The purpose of using epicycles and deferents to explain the motion of the planets in the night sky was to account for
19.The greatest inaccuracy in Copernicus' model of the solar system was that the planets
20.Which of the following planets can be seen as a crescent phase from Earth?a.Mercuryb.Venusc.Marsd.Both a and b
Extra Bonus Questions:21.Al-Battani is considered to be a good representative of this school of Islamic astronomy:
22.Ulugh Begh is the Muslim scholar who built the ________ observatory:
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