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Hail! then, ye eyes that penetrate the inmost recesses of the heavens, and gazing upon the bosom of the sun with your sight-assisting tube, have dared to point out the spots on that eternal luminary !
It is much easier to teach the ignorant than those who will not learn.
Come then, ye renowned astronomers of our own times! Behold here a noble reward, - Venus promises Urania, fairer than any Helen, to him who shall happily win her.
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Truth scarce ever yet carried it by Vote any where at its first appearance: New Opinions are always suspected, and usually opposed, without any other Reason, but because they are not already common.
January 3, 1641
Jeremiah Horrocks, sometimes given as Jeremiah Horrox, was an English astronomer.
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