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Johannes Kepler and his first wife, Barbara Mueller, had 5 children. The first two died in infancy. Johannes and his second wife Susanna Ruettinger, had 6 children. The first 3 Margareta Regina, Katharina, and Sebald died while they were still children. The last three Cordula, Fridmar and Hildebert survived into adulthood. In total, Johannes Kepler had 11 children and only 5 reached adulthood

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Johannes Kepler lived from 1570 to 1631. He published sixteen books in his lifetime mostly focusing on astronomy and mathematics.

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One of the names is Stereometrica Doliorum, but I do not know when it was published. This is all the information that I can give. Sorry!

Johannes Kepler's "New Astronomy" was published in 1609.

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All of them.

There is 10 books altogether and their all good.

There are 7 books that are now out in English.

There were many books that were published in the 1800's. Some of the books were The Watsons, St. Irvyne, and Zastrozzi.

Yea! i Don't know how many. I was the one who asked '' How many books did Mary McLeod Bethune write?'' but you'll find out eventually what books she wrote. bye!

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Johannes Kepler had six siblings, although three of them died at an early age. Of the remaining three, two of them grew up to be normal, law-abiding citizens, while Heinrich was an epileptic who was always either sick or in trouble.

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Johannes Kepler only knew about the six planets visible to the naked eye: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. He did not have knowledge of any other planets beyond these at the time.

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