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Who discovered mathmatical models for heliocentric cosmology?
What is backward motion of planets?
Apparent change in a stars motion?
Which planets were known before the telescope?
How much larger is a proton in mass than an electron?
In which wavelength ranges do three spectral lines exist?
Who discovered relationship between hydwavelengths of the spectral lines of rogen?
Who theorized the sun being the center of the universe?
What did 'planet' mean to ancient Greeks?
Where does most mass of an atom reside?
Questions Anwsers
Where is a planet if seen in opposition?
Where are inferior planets best observed from earth?
At what conjunction are inferior planets closest to earth?
What pitch of sound is heard if it is moving towards a stationary listener?
What pitch of sound is heard if it is moving away from a stationary listener?
Who discovered the nucleus?
Celestial body's velocity?
Where was Copernicus born?
What absorbs all incoming light and does not relect any?
Who was the first to view the night sky with a telescope?

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