The polish astronomer lived from 1473-1543?
You are looking for Nicolaus Copernicus (Mikolaj Kopernik). He was the first to introduce the heliocentric cosmetology. He was not only an astronomer but also an artist, mathematician, scholar and physician to name a few.
no nicholus was not a greek astronomer for it was that he is from poland< not greece> He was born in Poland, of parents who were both Polish. He grew up in Poland, was educated in Polish universities, lived almost his entire life in Poland, published all of his important works while in Poland, and died in Poland. Because of these facts, most people consider him Polish, not Greek. Incidentally, he was a true renaissance…
Who was the Polish mathematician and astronomer who discovered One of the first major scientific discoveries?
he was a mathamatician. and an astronomer. if u want more info go to wikepedia or anyother sites. well thank you. oh and he was polish if u want to know. he was a mathamatician. and an astronomer. if u want more info go to wikepedia or anyother sites. well thank you. oh and he was polish if u want to know.
In the Dark Age of Science, it was believed that Earth was in the center of Solar System and all the planets including sun, revolve round the sun. This is called Geocentric Theory. Nicolas Copernicus, A Polish*Astronomer, proved that earth and other planets revolved round the sun. This is Heliocentric Theory. (Copernicus proposed the Heliocentric Theory in 1543, 64 years before the invention of telescope. I was all the work of his Mathematics.) _________________________________________________________________ *…
Who was The Polish astronomer who was the first to name the sun as the center of the solar system is?
Yes. Nicolaus Copernicus was a Polish astronomer and lived from 1473 to 1543. He founded the Copernican system on which modern astronomy is somewhat based. His treatise, De revolutionibus orbium coelestium was published in 1543 and described the sun as the centre of the "great system" with the earth revolving around it.
This is my personal impression of five most famous Polish people: Pope John Paul II Lech Walesa - Polish politician and human-rights activist, also former president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Marie Curie - Polish physicist and chemist, Nobel Prize winner Nicolaus Copernicus - Polish astronomer (although his nationality is a subject of discussion) Frederic Chopin - Polish composer and pianist
Yiddish. Historically, most Polish Jews were not well integrated with the general Catholic Polish population. As a result, very few of them spoke Polish unless they lived in the cities like Krakow or Warsaw. The overwhelming majority of Polish Jews spoke varying dialects of Yiddish which was a German-based language with words taken from Hebrew, Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian.