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Niels Bohr

1885-1962
Danimarca
Fisica

contributed to quantum theory and to theory of nuclear reactions and nuclear fission
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Hans Christian Oersted

1777-1851
Danimarca
Fisica

discovered that a current in a wire can produce magnetic effects
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Niels Stensen

1638-1686
Danimarca
Medicina

Pioneer anatomy and geology
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Aage Bohr

1922-2009
Danimarca
Fisica

contributed to theoretical understanding of collective motion in nuclei
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Tycho Brahe

1546-1601
Danimarca
Astronomia

observed a supernova now known as ``Tycho's supernova''; made the most precise observations of stellar and planetary positions then known
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Ejnar Hertzsprung

1873-1967
Danimarca
Astronomia

invented the color-magnitude diagram; by studying star clusters, independently discovered the relationship between absolute magnitude and spectral types of stars;

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