Johannes Kepler

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Noun1.Johannes Kepler - German astronomer who first stated laws of planetary motion (1571-1630)Johannes Kepler - German astronomer who first stated laws of planetary motion (1571-1630)
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The listed building in Regensburg is the death home of the astronomer Johannes Kepler. The building is a four-storey gabled and saddle roof construction in the box core, built around 1540, with older components and early Gothic basement.
Successful research on innovative nanotechnology design methods is also being conducted in Linz: Together with scientists from the University of Bremen and the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, researchers at the Institute for Integrated Circuits at the Johannes Kepler University of Linz have developed 'fiction' software.
Conmemoramos con la portada de este numero de la Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales el cuarto centenario de la publicacion de la obra de Johannes Kepler Harmonices Mvndi, aparecida en la ciudad austriaca de Linz en 1619.
NASA sent a series of "goodnight" commands on November 15, the death anniversary of the mission's namesake German astronomer Johannes Kepler.
Tycho Brahe es Joaquin Cossio, y Johannes Kepler es Jose Maria de Tavira, bajo la direccion de Antonio Castro.
They detail the history of concept maps, including the work of Ramon Lull, Peter Ramus, Gottfried Leibniz, Johannes Kepler, Leonhard Euler, Lewis Carroll, John Venn, and Charles Sanders Peirce; the construction of concept maps as educational tools and their classification into object, verbal, and spatial maps, with discussion of the work of Albert Upton, David Ausubel, and J.D.
The Kepler Space telescope, named after the Renaissance astronomer Johannes Kepler, was launched on March 7, 2009.
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.
In 16th century, Johannes Kepler discovered that the planets follow slightly elliptical paths around the sun, sometimes closer to the Sun, called as perihelion, sometimes farther away or aphelion, according to an article in ( .
of Bristol, UK, and Johannes Kepler U., Austria) suggests in his introductory chapter that the global crisis of capitalism has reawakened interest in socialism and, probably, communism.
SAN FRANCISCO: Galileo may get all the glory, but according to playwright Nina Wise, Johannes Kepler was the real mover and shaker of the 17th-century scientific revolution.