In the history of astronomy we usually come up with the name of European astronomers like Kepler and Galileo. Earlier Indian astronomers, for example Aryabhata and Bhaskaracharya, are not usually mentioned although it was them that first proved that Earth moves round the Sun and also identified and named galaxies. Why it is thus?


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