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Copernicus thought that the Earth was not in the center of the universe but no one believed him until Galileo Galilei proved him correct.

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Q: What was Copernicus' theory of the solar system?
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What was Copernicus' theory about the Earth?

Copernicus' thoery was the sun was in the middle of the solar system.


What was Nicolaus Copernicus's theory?

Nickolaus Copernicus's theory was that we had a heliocentric cosmology or a sun centered solar system.


Copernicus' theory of the solar system name?

the heliocentric system, i think


What did copernicus descover?

Copernicus was the first to propose the Heliocentric theory, the correct theory that the Sun, not the Earth, is the center of the solar system.


What was Nicolas Copernicus' revolutionary theory?

Sun is center of solar system!


Who was first correct on solar system Copernicus or Galileo?

Copernicus developed the theory, Galileo supported it with his observations.


Who published the theory that the sun was the center of the solar system?

The heliocentric theory was first published by Copernicus.


What individual was given credit for improving the telescope and advocating the theory of a solar system?

That was Galileo.He advocated the heliocentric theory of the solar system,proposed by Copernicus.


Why was Copernicus's theory revolutionary?

The theory of Copernicus was revolutionary because at the time, people believed that Earth was the center of the solar system instead of the Sun.


Why was Copernicus theory revolutionary?

The theory of Copernicus was revolutionary because at the time, people believed the Earth was the center of the solar system instead of the Sun.


What did Copernicus do for astronomy?

he developed a theory that the Sun was at the center of the solar system, not Earth


Did Tycho Brahe oppose Copernicus' theory about the solar system?

Basically, yes.

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