Johannes Kepler: Three Scientific Theories About The Planet Movements

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Johannes Kepler Johannes Kepler was a scientist whom introduce three scientific theories about the planetary movements. Planets go around the sun in an oval movement instead of circular movements. He believed that planets move faster while closer to the sun than when they are farers. Kepler introduced mathematical equation relative between a planet's distance from the sun and the time of the time the planet goes around the sun. Kepler published a book called “Kepler’s Laws” in which pointed out some mistakes in the Copernican theory. He opened the door for the future works of a young scientist’s name Isaac Newton which became one of the most important theorist in history. Albrecht von Wallendtein Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius was born September 24, 1583, Bohemia and died February 25, 1634, He was a Bohemian soldier and statesman, commanding general of the armies of the Holy Roman emperor Ferdinand II during the Thirty Years’ War. With the start of the Danish War gave Wallenstein his great opportunity. Ferdinand, changed his views on the Catholic League which was under Duke…show more content…
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