Nicolaus Copernicus

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Nicolaus Copernicus

Portrait from Toruń, 1580
Ìbí 19 Oṣù Kejì, 1473(1473-02-19),
Toruń (then Thorn), Prusy Królewskie, Kingdom of Poland
Aláìsí 24 Oṣù Kàrún, 1543 (ọmọ ọdún 70),
Frombork (Frauenburg), Warmia, Kingdom of Poland
Pápá Mathematics, astronomy, canon law, medicine
Ibi ẹ̀kọ́ Kraków University, Bologna University, University of Padua, University of Ferrara
Ó gbajúmọ̀ fún Heliocentrism
Religious stance Roman Catholic
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Nicolaus Copernicus (Pólándì: Mikołaj Kopernik; Jẹ́mánì: Nikolaus Kopernikus; in his youth, Niclas Koppernigk;[1] Ítálì: Nicolò Copernico; 19 February 1473 – 24 May 1543) je atorawo igba Renaissance ati eni akoko to safida cosmology alarin-orun, to mu Aye kuro ni arin agbala aye.[2]


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  1. Nicolaus Copernicus Gesamtausgabe: Urkunden, Akten und Nachrichten: Texte und Übersetzungen, ISBN 3-05-003009-7, pp.23ff. (online); Marian Biskup: Regesta Copernicana (calendar of Copernicus' Papers), Ossolineum, 1973, p.32 (online). This spelling of the surname is rendered in many publications (Auflistung) [1]
  2. Copernicus was not, however, the first to propose some form of heliocentric system. A Greek mathematician and astronomer, Aristarchus of Samos, had already done so as early as the third century BCE. Nevertheless, there is little evidence that he ever developed his ideas beyond a very basic outline (Dreyer, 1953, pp. 135–48; Linton, 2004, p. 39).