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In the mid-16th century Polish astronomer Nicholas Copernicus touched off a revolutionary transformation of thinking about the universe. In 1543 the same man who introduced trigonometry to the world published "Concerning the Revolution of the Celestial Spheres". It was handwritten in Latin. The astronomer saw a copy of his published treatise near the moment of his death. Succinctly, Copernicus introduced the idea of Earth as a revolving planet that orbited the Sun. Before him, for more than a thousand years, celestial observers had accepted the Greek astronomer Ptolemy's theory. He held that the Earth is unmoving and entirely stationery. Ptolemy believed that the Sun and the other planets of the solar system revolved around Earth.
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Copernicus, auparavant dénommé GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security), est le programme européen visant à créer une capacité européenne d'observation de la Terre. Les opinions exprimées sur ce site sont celles de leurs auteurs et ne représentent pas forcément celles de la Commission européenne.
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Copernican Revolution, shift in the field of astronomy from a geocentric understanding of the universe, centred around Earth, to a heliocentric understanding, centred around the Sun, as articulated by the Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus in the 16th century.