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10th century CE Greek copy of Aristachus Samos's 2nd century BCE calculations of the relative sizes of the Sun, Moon and the Earth.

Online source: Pearson Prentice Hall Companion Website for Astronomy Today

Original source: Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit


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