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Galileo used his telescope to prove that Jupiter had four moons orbiting around it. This showed that not all objects revolve around only one object in the sky.

Copernicus is the first in modern times, but he may have been basing his theory on the work of an earlier Greek Natural Philosopher. Galileo used a telescope and mathematics to prove Copernicus' hypothesis.

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Galileo

Galileo used his telescope to prove that Jupiter had four moons orbiting around it. This showed that not all objects revolve around only one object in the sky.

Copernicus is the first in modern times, but he may have been basing his theory on the work of an earlier Greek Natural Philosopher. Galileo used a telescope and mathematics to prove Copernicus' hypothesis.

The astronomical telescope.

Galileo

Galileo

200 billion years ago

Galileo

Galileo Galilei . He only helped support the theory through his observations , he didn't invent the model, Copernicus did.

It was Galileo.

galio gallile that isn't how you spell his name but he used it to prove his theory of the earth orbiting the sun and he used 10 magnifying glasses and put them in a telescope to know more just look him up on wikipedia

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