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Synonyms for Copernicus

Polish astronomer who produced a workable model of the solar system with the sun in the center (1473-1543)

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Threatened by religious censure and troubled by self-doubt, Copernicus disallowed publication of his potentially heretical theories until shortly before his death in 1543.
Containing no additives or preservatives whatsoever, the Brand undertook taste trials prior to launch with Copernicus and the drink was preferred in blind tastings when compared to Sprite, Fanta and Pepsi.
The play depicts the visit of a young mathematician, Rheticus, to the venerable Nicolaus Copernicus.
A More Perfect Heaven: How Copernicus Revolutionized the Cosmos
Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543) built a mathematical model for the heliocentric theory that Galileo later confirmed by observation through his telescope.
The study details the identification of the remains, and has also suggested that Copernicus most likely had blue eyes, fair skin, and light hair colour.
When Nicolaus Copernicus found Georg Joachim Rheticus at his door the visit turned into three years of work on De revolutionibus, in which Copernicus proved the earth and planets rotated around the sun.
In rereading John Banville's Doctor Copernicus nearly thirty years since it was first published in 1976, and twenty years since I first read it, I am struck by its acknowledged reliance on Arthur Koestler's interpretive narrative of the historical Copernicus in The Sleepwalkers, but also by its great intellectual ambition.
Olson's SCIENCE AND RELIGION, 1450-1900 FROM COPERNICUS TO DARWIN (0313326940, $65.
NICOLAUS COPERNICUS (1473--1543) Well versed in many fields, including medicine, finance, and optics, Copernicus moved in the highest circles of social, political, and religious standing.
McClean identifies evidence of a continuing Paduan Aristotelianism that extends well into the seventeenth century and, surprisingly, few traces of the new theories of Copernicus and Bruno.
In fact, if you follow the current stylish practice of assigning code names to special projects, a good name for Joint Commission survey preparation might be Operation Copernicus.
On rare occasions, the Moon is hit by an object the size of the one that carved out Copernicus.