Which scientific argument that ancient Greek or some Renaissance astronomers had against adopting the heliocentric model, do you think was most compelling, and why?
How is that argument countered in astronomy today? Please be specific. no plagiarism
Probably that the earth is stationary and not moving in space (no movement can be felt) while the position of the sun relative to the earth keeps changing - so the sun is moving about the earth.
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