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Published:24 May 2000
  • Tom Rogers
Origin:. A talk given on 24 May 2000, at the banquet of the 13th International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) "Humans In Space" Symposium, co-sponsored by the Greek Aerospace Medical Association and Space Research, held in Santorini, Greece.

In his Monday presentation, author and television program leader Patrick Moore referred to the early Greeks and their influence upon the development of astronomy.

And on today's astronaut-cosmonaut panel, astronaut Joe Allen also mentioned the early Greeks.

In similar fashion, let me commence by reading a few sentences from the 1999 edition of "A World History", by William H. McNeill (Oxford University Press; pages 137-8.)

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