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What was almost universally believed in pre-Copernican astronomy?



A. The planets traveled in elliptical orbits about the Earth.
B. The center of the Universe was the Sun with the Milky Way representing other distant planets.
C. The Earth was at the center of the Universe.
D. The Sun was at the center of the Universe.

This question is part of Astronomy 101 Review for Final Exam
Asked by Broushel, Last updated: May 26, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered May 24, 2017

The Earth was at the center of the universe.
 

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