E pur si muove!
It was the end of June 1633. For six months, Galileo had been interrogated, even to the point of torture.
He was accused of two things: “holding and believing the false doctrine contrary to the Holy Scriptures that the sun is the centre of the world” and “holding and believing that a doctrine which has been declared and defined contrary to the Holy Scriptures can still be held and defended as provable”.
At the end of the day, the court will pass sentence. Fortunately for him, Galileo has left you the key to his office where all his work is stored.
You have one hour to find evidence of the scientist’s innocence before the final hours of his trial and in fact prove his theory of heliocentrism.