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Brahe

 (brä, brä′hē, brä′ə), Tycho 1546-1601.
Danish astronomer whose accurate astronomical observations formed the basis for Johannes Kepler's laws of planetary motion.

Brahe

(brɑː; ˈbrɑːhɪ; Danish ˈbraːə)
n
(Biography) Tycho (ˈtyːço). 1546–1601, Danish astronomer, who designed and constructed instruments that he used to plot accurately the positions of the planets, sun, moon, and stars

Brahe

(brɑ, ˈbrɑ hi)

n.
Ty•cho (ˈti koʊ) 1546–1601, Danish astronomer.
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A star was discovered by Tycho Brahe which appeared suddenly in the heavens - attained, in a few days, a brilliancy surpassing that of Jupiter - then as suddenly disappeared, and has never been seen since.
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This Copernicus forms the most important of the radiating system, situated in the southern hemisphere, according to Tycho Brahe.
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Tycho Brahe knew that Galileo had not demonstrated his conclusion.
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Inside, two of the most interesting features are the altar and the tomb of Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe -- who died in 1601 of a burst bladder.
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Anti-Copernicans, building on the work of the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe, were in fact able to build an increasingly strong scientific case against the heliocentric system at least through the middle of the seventeenth century, several decades after the advent of the telescope.
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Napier was also noted for his staunch anti-Catholic beliefs and his relations with his mathematical and scientific peers Henry Briggs, Johannes Kepler, and Tycho Brahe.
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