Cleaner air (hence less lenticular distortion) and no city lights to spoil night time viewing.
Galileo's primary advantage was the use of a telescope. He was the first person to record astronomical observations made with the recently invented device. Aside from a few burning candles and oil lamps, there would have been almost zero light pollution back in the early 17th century. There would have been a lot of haze from fires used for cooking and heating, however, near any sufficiently large town.
He had a telescope.
Galileo got it right. But he had built a telescope so he had an advantage.
He used a telescope to observe the sky. This allowed Galileo Galilei to see things that an unaided, human eye could not see.
He was one of the first people to use a telescope to observe objects in space.
GalileoGalileo was married but he married his sister
galileo galilei and galileo are the same person (that doesn't make sense.)
Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen has a part where they sing "Galileo Galileo! Galileo figaro!"
By 1609 Galileo had a telescope that magnified 20x
Galileo Galileo galileo her we go oh oh oh
Galileo went blind
The Pope excommunicated Galileo.
Galileo invented the telescope.
Galileo is a person, not a place.
Ellis Paul - "Does Galileo Pray?" Indigo Girls - "Galileo"
The famous scientist whom we usually refer to as Galileo was named, in full, Galileo Galilei. His first name actually was Galileo.
Galileo Galileo discovered the objects in the solar system orbited the sun not the earth
Galileo did not find mercury.
Galileo died in Italy