- Historian puts new spin on scientific revolution
- POINT OF ORIGIN Astronomer Tycho Brahe's observation of a supernova in 1572 (remnant shown here in a composite image) marks the beginning of the scientific revolution, a historian contends. X-ray: CXC/NASA, K. Eriksen et al/Rutgers; Optical: DSS.
- #ThrowbackThursday : trams on Old Town Square
- In the background, you can see the 80-meter-tall Church of our Lady before Týn, which has the grave of astronomer Tycho Brahe.
- University of Copenhagen to honour Inge Lehmann with monument
- “Most people have heard of Niels Bohr, Tycho Brahe and HC Ørsted – great Danish scientists who hugely influenced how we understand the world today,” said Lykke Friis, the deputy dean of KU. “By discovering the earth's core, Inge Lehmann should be on ...
- Cap Rep's ''Blue-Sky Boys'' portrays unusual geniuses who helped get man to moon
- Whispering ideas into the ears of the main characters or sending them visions of solutions to vexing problems are the Renaissance astronomers Galileo Galilei and Tycho Brahe.
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