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  • '''Nicolaus Copernicus''' (Polish name: Mikołaj Kopernik) 1473–1543 was a sixteenth century ast [[Image:Copernicus.jpg|thumb|275px]]
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  • * Copernicus, Nicolaus. ''On The Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres'' (2004) 384pp [http://www.amaz * Copernicus, Nicolaus. ''Minor Works.'' Johns Hopkins U. Press, 1992. 373 pp.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Nicolaus Copernicus]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • *[http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/copernicus/ Copernicus] at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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  • * Copernicus, Nicolaus. ''On The Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres'' (2004) 384pp [http://www.amaz * Copernicus, Nicolaus. ''Minor Works.'' Johns Hopkins U. Press, 1992. 373 pp.
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  • ...350 B.C. Until it was seriously challenged in the early 16th century by [[Copernicus]], amongst others, it was the considered authority on cosmology. ===[[Nicolaus Copernicus]]===
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  • ...th centuries, often regarded as beginning with the publication of Nicolaus Copernicus' ''De Revolutionibus Orbium Caelestium'' (1543).
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  • {{r|Nicolaus Copernicus}}
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  • ...'Copernican Revolution'' covers the period of one-and-a-half century after Copernicus' death, while the first half of the book treats over two thousand years of ...ntiquity]] through the [[Dark Ages]] and the [[later Middle Ages]] up to Copernicus. Kuhn describes Western Civilization's slowly awakening recognition of a
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  • ...ries. It is often regarded as beginning with the publication of [[Nicolaus Copernicus]]' ''[[De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium]]'' (About the revolutions of th
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  • '''Nicolaus Copernicus''' (Polish name: Mikołaj Kopernik) 1473–1543 was a sixteenth century ast [[Image:Copernicus.jpg|thumb|275px]]
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  • During the [[Renaissance]], [[Nicolaus Copernicus|Copernicus]] proposed a [[heliocentric model]] of the [[Solar System]]. His work was d
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  • ...alendar led him to make his own changes--in this case a paradigm shift. '''Copernicus''', like Aristotle and unlike Ptolemy, did not make his own observations. H ...stem] Galileo Project. Rice University</ref> Aristarchus is credited by '''Copernicus''' as the originator of the heliocentric model as well. His work was also t
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  • {{r|Nicolaus Copernicus}}
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  • ...traordinary IAU General Assembly''' (1973, 500th anniversary of [[Nicolaus Copernicus]] [http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/products/journals/aag/AAG_April03/aa
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  • ...Kepler]] (ca. 1610 AD), who used the [[heliocentric]] model of [[Nicolaus Copernicus]] together with elliptical orbits. ...Geographia'' had an enormous influence up until the [[Renaissance]]. After Copernicus and the great discoveries of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries the infl
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  • ...Earth, the observations were the first direct evidence for the [[Nicolaus Copernicus|Copernican model]] of the cosmos and a direct contradiction of the Ptolemei
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