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PostSubject: Galileo discovered 7th planet & Jupiter's 4 moons   8/31/2014, 03:17

Additional astronomical examples of the GOD=7_4 algorithm

The 7 Classical Planets were/are the 7 moving objects in the heavens that could be seen with the naked eye: Moon, Mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. (Uranus it is at the limit of detection with the naked eye under dark skies and therefore undistinguishable from a dim star.) In 1610, Galileo Galilei was the first to point the new telescope towards the night sky and he discovered Jupiter's 4 large moons: Io, Calisto, Ganymede, and Europa. These are now known as the Galilean moons. (Galileo also used his improved telescope to discover mountains, valleys, and "seas" on the Moon. He also discovered the phases of Venus, the rings of Saturn, and sunspots.) On December 28, 1612, Galileo was the first to observe and document a 7th planet (Neptune) while he sketched the movements of Jupiter's 4 large moons. After sketching its movement from further observation, Galileo either didn't recognize the star as a planet or he feared the Inquisition of the Roman Catholic Church in response to such a discovery.

Uranus is the 7th planet from the Sun and its diameter is 4.007 Earth diameters. Besides Earth, Neptune is the 7th planet from the Sun and its diameter is 4x (3.883) Earth's. Venus obits the Sun in 224.7 days which is about 7.4 Earth months (avg. month = 30.4 days).

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