(Worthy News) – One of them was a Greek astronomer named Hipparchus, who looked upon God’s handiwork night after night until he tried to measure and describe all of what he saw. His work, although legendary, was lost to the future.
Glimpses of the work of Hipparchus’ star catalog have been found in a document more than 1,600 years old.
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