Not much, both believed in heliocentrism. That planets revolve around the sun and not everything around the earth, which was the belief that many including the Catholic Church insisted on. Copernicus believed they travelled in circles, and later thanks to Kepler we know they are eliptical. Galileo never accepted this.
The Ptolemaic system belived that the earth was the center of everything and all the planet and sun traveled around it and the copernican system belived that the sun was the center of everything and the planets and traveled around the sun.
what is the differences between starburst and now or later
Because it is the result of tidal heating from friction in the interior of IO as it's pulled between Jupiter and the other Galilean satellites.
What are the major differences between the Psychodynamic theories of Personality and the later psychological theories
differentiate continuity from discontinuity?
both are theories
Theories of how planning should be done generally are often referred to as procedural planning theories. They are theories of planning while substantive theories are theories in planning.They are theories in specific fields.
Documentaries - are usually factual programs based around real, hard evidence. Conspiracy theories - are just that - theories based conjecture and supposition.
inductive theories of method means the circulation of the specific observation to broader generalization and theories
the differences between co-ordinated management of meaning and symbolic interactionism theories
you need to look over each of these theories individually and evaluate them and on doing so, certain patterns will start to emerge, there is no other way to find the similarities and differences and it is too broad a question soappropriately answer on a forum.
Well first of all one is thousands of years apart from the other.
A Ptolemaic view of the Universe has the Earth at it's centre. The Copernican centres on the sun. Both however have been found to be incorrect.
The modernization theory claims that global inequality is due to technological and cultural differences between nations, while the dependency theory claims inequality is due to historical exploitation of poor nations by rich ones.