Nicolaus Copernicus: Astronomy

- at the age of 18 Nicholaus began as an undergraduate and studied astronomy, philosophy, mathematics, and sciences.
- Became the doctor of law
- learned greek

- Narratio Prima
- trigonometry

Developments/ ideas:

- Became known as pascal's law
- most important mathematician
- influencing works on philosophy and theology
- wrote important treatise

- Invented the calculator .
- Invented the syringe and the hydraulic press

- He formulated the 3 laws of motion
- helped advance fields and physics
- became a legacy for the next 3 centuries

- Mathematical Principles of Philosophy
- Theological manuscripts
- A treatise of the system of the world

- was taught anatomy by Johann guinter
- He did dissections and impressed Guinter
- Studied arts and Latin

- De Humani corporis fabrica libri septem

- Made remarkable discoveries in math studies
- worked on the device called Napiers rods or bones that can help calculate

- A Description of the Admirable Table of Logarithmes