Tycho & Kepler : the unlikely partnership that forever changed our understanding of the heavens /
On his deathbed in 1601, the greatest naked-eye astronomer, Tycho Brahe, told his young colleague, Johannes Kepler, "Let me not have lived in vain." For more than thirty years, Tycho had made meticulous observations of planetary movements and the positions of the stars, from which he devel...
|Published:||New York : Walker & Co., c2002.|
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