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  1. As did Galileo Galilei, with his work to constantly prove Copernicus’ theory, now fact, of Helocentricity led him to be imprisoned by the Catholic Church and actually sentenced to death for heresy. While cleared later Galelei continued his work and once again was arrested for going against the Church and was imprisoned until his health deteriorated and was released to his home under house arrest until his death shortly after. It wasn’t until 1822 that the Church allowed books with the ideas of Helocentricity and it wasn’t until the late 1800s early 1900s that Heliocentrism was accepted.
    Yes I know I just refreshed your memory of 5th grade science and history classes.

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