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Science and Technology

Andromeda Galaxy. Wikimedia Commons (Public Domain)
Galileo. Wikimedia Commons (Public Domain)

Science and technology is quite a broad category, and it covers everything from studying the stars and the planets to studying molecules and viruses. Beginning with the Greeks and Hipparchus, continuing through Ptolemy, Copernicus and Galileo, and today with our work on the International Space Station, man continues to learn more and more about the heavens.
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