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Sains: Astronomi

# Nama
Tahun
Negara
Sains
Pencapaian
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Nicolaus Copernicus

1473-1543
Poland
Astronomi

developed a simple heliocentric model of the solar system that explained planetary retrograde motion and overturned Greek astronomy
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John Babtist Riccioli

1598-1671
Itali
Astronomi

made telescopic lunar studies and published detailed lunar maps in which he introduced much nomenclature for lunar objects; discovered the first double star (Mizar)
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Edmond Halley

1656-1742
Bersatu Kerajaan
Astronomi

used his theory of cometary orbits to predict that the comet of 1682 (later named ``Halley's comet'') was periodic
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William Herschel

1738-1822
Bersatu Kerajaan
Astronomi

discovered Uranus and its two brightest moons, Titania and Oberon; discovered Saturn's moons, Mimas and Enceladus; discovered the ice caps of Mars, several asteroids and binary stars; cataloged 2,500 deep sky objects
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Tycho Brahe

1546-1601
Denmark
Astronomi

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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Giovanni Cassini

1625-1712
Itali
Astronomi

measured rotational periods of Jupiter and Mars; discovered four satellites of Saturn and the gap in Saturn's rings now known as ``Cassini's division''
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Charles Messier

1730-1817
Perancis
Astronomi

discovered 19 comets, 13 being original and 6 independent co-discoveries; compiled a famous catalog of deep-sky objects
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Giuseppe Piazzi

1746-1826
Itali
Astronomi

discovered the largest asteroid, Ceres; accurately measured positions of many stars, resulting in a star catalog
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Johann Bode

1747-1826
Jerman
Astronomi

popularized a relationship giving planetary distances from the Sun, which became known as ``Bode's law''; predicted an undiscovered planet between Mars and Jupiter, where the asteroids were later found
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Sir George Airy

1801-1892
Bersatu Kerajaan
Astronomi

improved orbital theory of Venus and the Moon; studied interference fringes in optics; made a mathematical study of the rainbow

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