Brahe, Tycho


Danish astronomer, born in Knutstorp Castle (1546-1601). He is famous for his geocentric theory of the solar system, as well as for his meticulous astronomical observations concerning the positions of planets. He made his observations over 20 years, from the island of Hven. He later was appointed Imperial Mathematician to the Holy Roman Emperor, Rudolph II, in Prague.

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