The Telescope and Galileo

@inproceedings{Brake2009TheTA,
  title={The Telescope and Galileo},
  author={Mark L. Brake},
  year={2009}
}
Lying on the torrent-like Arno river, in the hilly wine-growing Italian region of Tuscany, is the beautiful and historic city of Florence. Originally established by Julius Caesar in 59 BC, Florence is renowned for its pivotal importance in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, especially with regard to architecture and art. A center of medieval trade and commerce, Florence is often considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. 

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