BIBLIOTECA ASTRONOMICA Aringarosa had heard of this place—the Vatican’s Astronomy Library—rumored to contain more than twenty-five thousand volumes, including rare works of Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, Newton, and Secchi.
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Galileo’s improvements to the telescope allowed him to make astronomical observations that supported Copernicus.
It was fascinating to think about all the things you could learn there: Galileo’s acceleration experiment, the dissection of rabbits, and making materials change state in a test tube.