Nicholas Copernicus

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Nicholas Copernicus was born February 19, 1473 in Torun ,Poland. His first language was German, being of German decent, even though he grew up in Poland. Raised in Poland, Copernicus's father passed away when he was only 10 years old. His uncle Bishop of Varmia Lucas Watzenrode, adopted Copernicus and raised him giving him the best education possible. Graduating from the University of Cracow in 1494 he returned to Torun and took a canon's position in the local church. Two years later Copernicus moved to Italy and met an astronomer who influenced him to begin in his studies of astronomy. He then went on to begin the Scientific revolution(or help start it up) and then died May 24, 1543. Citations-
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Greatest Accomplishments

One of the first scientists to combine math and science. He was the first astronomer to create a heliocentric cosmology that presented earth from the center of the universe. One of his accomplishments that made these all possible though was his intellectual independence. Instead of accepting the past theories and scientific information he still continued to experiment and create new theories.
At first nicholas's theories were discarded as trash and were not right because he was not liked by the church. Later on then though people started to realize that nicholas was right and started to teach his theory of the helocentric model.'s_descovery?#slide=8
1. The element Copernicum was named after Copernicus.

2. A famous quote from Copernicus was "Finally we shall place the sun himself at the center of the universe."

3.He published a book before his death on the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres that is still used today.

4.Copernicus practiced medicine even though he had no medical degree.

5.Copernicus was never married.