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John, I think it's clear what happened between Galileo's picture and Kepler's picture: the deregulation of the optics industry.


Golly, that map of Keplers was quite an accomplishment. Very nice lunar detail even the rays coming off of Copernicus, very impressive, those scopes did not have the greatest optics.

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