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How did Galileo's observations of moons orbiting Jupiter conflict with the geocentric model of the universe of his time?



The moons moved in non-circular orbits about Jupiter.



The moons did not appear to orbit the Sun.



The moons did not appear to orbit the Earth.



The moons appeared to be too small, and therefore too far away, to be considered part of the solar system.

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