Halley enquiring of Newton

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Halley enquiring of Newton. The astronomer Edmond Halley was puzzled by the movements of the planets around the Sun. He went to see Newton – and discovered that he had solved the problem years before. At the top is a picture of the Greenwich Observatory, designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Original artwork for illustrations on p5 of Look and Learn issue no 226 (14 May 1966).

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