De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium by Nicolaus Copernicus

De-Revolutionibus-Orbium-CoelestiumDe Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium very influential work of Nicolaus Copernicus. He is an astronomer. 1543 is a year when this tale is first time published in Nuremberg. Holy Roman Empire works on a geocentric system is very much accept.

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In the start, Copernicus work is very brief. He sent this one to his close buddy. 1514 a physician library claim that his work match to another work named Commentariolus. So, he decided to renovate his system. He comes from Italy in 1510. After coming from Italy, he wrote a very amazing thing. He wrote about the motion of the earth. He also gives a preferable information about the motion of planets.

The text of De revolutionizes present. His student named Rheticus. He printed his book again. Via Heidelberg studied is the masterpiece in the 19th century. This book includes very helpful information. He writes this book according to his own observation. This book contains an amazing model who helping the people. Copernicus does not want to publish this one.

Georg Joachim Rheticus is a young man in this tale. He is the mathematician. He comes in 1539 in Freudenberg for studying. And he is from Wittenberg. Here he reads here many texts. He here read Copernicus. After studying it, he decided to wrote about his non-technical subject in the form of open text. Nurnberg is the tutor of Reticles. He is the astronomer. Then he helps him and printed his letter in 1540. Copernicus was very happy and favor his work. He also gave permission for further this type of work and print. The Reticles again published his work by his name.

With the strong action from Rheticus. He sees the action of the first general is very adverse. Copernicus decided to give his major book to his close buddy named Bishop Tiedemann Giese. He said Bishop Tiedemann Giese to give this book further Rheticus. This one is published by Johannes Petreius at Nurnberg. 1543 is the time when this one is published few day before the death of Copernicus.