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Which accurately describes one of Sir Isaac Newton’s advancements in astronomy?

using a barometer, Newton was able to prove Copernicus heliocentric theory

using trigonometry, Newton was able to calculate the size of our solar system

newton invented the reflecting telescope, which greatly improved the telescopes functionality

newton was able to prove the geocentric theory using his innovation of the refracting telescope


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