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Nicolaus Copernicus

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Nicolaus Copernicus
Nicolaus Copernicus was a Astronomer, Scientist and Mathmatician. He discovered that the Sun was in the middle of our Solar System.
Copernicus' Contribution To Our Knowledge!
After Copernicus' Discovery
Time Period
Copernicus was born on the 19th of February 1473 in Poland, Torun. He lived a long life, passing at the age of 70 years old in Poland, Frombork on the 24th of May 1543.
Copernicus' Achievements
Nicolaus Copernicus discovered that the Sun was in the centre of the Solar System not the Earth. Later he published a book called "On the revolution of heavenly spheres" writing to explain his discovery and Earths rotation and motion. Copernicus also helped other astronomers build on his idea.
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Before Copernicus' Discovery
Copernicus has contributed by helping us have a better understanding of the planets and Earths surroundings. We now know our solar system in the correct way.
Glossary And References
Solar System:
The sun together with all the planets and other bodies that revolve around it.
Astronomer:
An expert in astronomy; a scientific observer of the celestial bodies.
Rotation:
The movement or path of the earth or a heavenly body turning on its axis.
Motion:
The action or process of moving or of changing place or position; movement.
References:
http://www.biography.com
http://www.space.com
http://www.famousscientists.org
http://geology.com
http://www.dictionary.com
http://www.channel4.com
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