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Galileo’s observations seemed to indicate that a. Copernicus and Kepler were wrong in their beliefs about the moon goddess. b. the Catholic Church’s beliefs about the heavens were correct. c. Plato was correct about the way the planets were arranged. d. the heavenly bodies were composed of material substance just like Earth, not pure orbs of light.
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