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Johannes Kepler Presentation

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Tabitha Kim

on 6 November 2012

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By Antonio, Daniel, Yuri and Tabitha Johannes Kepler Contents Who is Johannes Kepler? Johannes Kepler's Theory of The Universe What did Johannes Kepler research about the solar system? His 3 Laws of Planetary Motion References Born in December 27th in 1571
Died at age of 58 on November 15th in 1630
Was the eldest son of a poor family
Graduated Tubingen University Johannes Kepler came up with multiple theories,
some of these theories include:

- He was the founder of "celestial mechanics"

- "celestial mechanics" is fancy for planetary motion.

- He also disovered that planets moved in ellipses not in circles as previously believed.

-In addition to his theories on the structure of the Universe, Kepler made important headway into the field of optics, and made many improvements in modern day Gemetry. Johannes Kepler identified 3 rules that occur in the solar system. Page 1-2. Background Information
Page 3-5. Theories and Discoveries
Page 6. References Designed by Johannes Kepler http://www.johanneskepler.com/
http://www.nndb.com/people/342/000086084/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johannes_Kepler
http://kepler.nasa.gov/Mission/JohannesKepler/
https://thescienceclassroom.wikispaces.com/Johannes+Kepler Before Astronomy...? Used to be a professor in Maths and Astronomy
Inspired by Nicolaus Copernicus
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