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Astronomy and Utopia

Summary: it is how utopia affected astronomy over time
Over the history of mankind, we have looked to the stars with curiosity and wonder of what is up in the universe. Man wonders if there is utopia up in space or if there is a place were they could create utopia. In the 1500s, 1600s, and 1900's, many important people discovered astrological phenomenas which have shaped mans ideas of the universe which has in turn shaped mans outlook on a perfect place. Over time, astronomy has changed because the technology has gotten more advanced, and more discoveries have been made to help man's quest for utopia. These changes in astronomy have influenced society because it has interested more people to try and discover more about astronomy.

The first major time period is the 1500's, where the Gregorian calendar was invented and Nicholas Copernicus wrote his theory of the universe. In 1543, Copernicus's theory of a heliocentric universe...

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