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1, I've always had an interest in astronomy.
2, Mathematics is connected with astronomy.
3, Astronomy, as distinct from astrology, is an exact science.
4, Physics and astronomy are cognate sciences.
5, Speaking generally, the space enterprise has served astronomy well.
6, Do you know anything about astronomy?
7, Astronomy inherits from astrology.
8, Mathematical astronomy was the great innovation by the Greeks of the 5th century BC.
9, Unlike astronomy[sentencedict.com], astrology cannot be described as an exact science.
10, He dipped into astronomy.
11, We're at cross - purposes: I'm talking about astronomy, you're talking about astrology.
12, Unity in his mind of architecture, music, astronomy, geology.
13, Do you have any books on astronomy?
14, Pythagorean boldness appears to better advantage in astronomy.
15, The history of astronomy also disclosed a succession of hypotheses, which made claims for physical truth look precarious.
16, Here are some examples from the history of astronomy that illustrate the point.
17, The Caliph was a great patron of astronomy and science.
18, The situation is not unlike that in astronomy after the Copernican revolution.
19, Open most astronomy textbooks and you will find a statement somewhere that calls the Sun an average star.
20, Descartes received his stimulus from the new physics and astronomy of Copernicus, Galileo,[http://sentencedict.com/astronomy.html] and others.
21, It was a shooting star that propelled me into astronomy in the first place.
22, The discovery is being hailed as The Holy Grail of astronomy.
23, These ancient scholars were steeped in poetry and painting, as well as maths and astronomy.
24, Scientists are trying to pull together disparate ideas in astronomy.
25, We are on the threshold of a new era in astronomy.
26, He had a wide interest in many things including astronomy and had read all the works of Sir Robert Ball.
27, Clearly infrared observations are set to make a large impact on astronomy and astrophysics during the next few years.
28, Bradley, despite his 1735 endorsement of the sea clock, felt little affinity for anything outside astronomy.
29, They called it Schiaparelli, in honour of a hero of the art of astronomy.
30, In the third and fourth years, the work is divided roughly equally between Astronomy and Physics.
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