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  • Tycho Brahe (/ˌtaɪkoʊ ˈbrɑːhi, ˈbrɑː, ˈbrɑːə/, born Tyge Ottesen Brahe (Danish: [ˈtyːə ˈʌdəsn̩ ˈbʁɑː]); 14 December 1546 – 24 October 1601) was a Danish
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  • the folklore of Scandinavia, Tycho Brahe days (Danish: Tycho Brahes-dage; Norwegian: Tycho Brahedager; Swedish: Tycho Brahe-dagar) are days judged to be
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  • Tycho Brahé is the second studio album by Lightwave, released in 1993 by Crystal Lake. Adapted from the Tycho Brahé liner notes. Rovi. "Lightwave:
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  • HEAT 1X Tycho Brahe was the first rocket and spacecraft combination built by Copenhagen Suborbitals, a Danish organization attempting to perform the first
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  • Tycho Brahe (1546–1601) was an influential Danish astronomer. Tycho Brahe may also refer to: Tycho Brahe (Martian crater) Tycho Brahe Planetarium, a planetarium
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  • Tycho (/ˈtaɪkoʊ/) is a prominent lunar impact crater located in the southern lunar highlands, named after the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe (1546–1601)
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  • M/F Tycho Brahe is a Danish train and car ferry that operates at the HH Ferry route between Helsingør, Denmark and Helsingborg, Sweden, a distance of
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  • Tycho may refer to: Tycho Brahe (1546–1601), Danish nobleman and astronomer Tycho van Meer (born 1974), Dutch field hockey striker Tommy Tycho (1928–2013)
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  • The Tycho Brahe Planetarium is located in Copenhagen, Denmark, at the southern end of Skt. Jørgens Sø. It is named after astronomer Tycho Brahe. It was
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  • Tycho Brahe is a nearly ovular crater on Mars named after the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe (1546–1601). It is located in the Cerberus hemisphere around
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  • her brother Tycho Brahe with his astronomical observations. She was born in Knudstrup, as the youngest of ten children, to Otte Brahe rigsråd, or advisor
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  • 1677 Tycho Brahe, provisional designation 1940 RO, is a stony Eunomian asteroid from the central region of the asteroid belt, approximately 12 kilometers
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  • astronomer Tycho Brahe. Brahe was born in Tosterup to Tyge Brahe and Sophie Rud. He was nephew of Anne Rud and Henrich Krummedige. Brahe married Beate
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  • Brahe (1515–1565): holder of a seignory Otte Brahe (1517–1571): nobleman, governor and member of the Rigsraad, brother of Jørgen Thygesen Tycho Brahe
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  • Uraniborg (category Tycho Brahe)
    astronomical observatory and alchemical laboratory established and operated by Tycho Brahe. It was built c. 1576 – c. 1580 on Hven, an island in the Øresund between
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  • The Tycho Brahe Prize is awarded by the European Astronomical Society. Inaugurated in 2008, the prize is awarded annually in recognition of the pioneering
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  • SN 1572 (redirect from Tycho's Nova)
    realm of stars. The supernova of 1572 is often called "Tycho's supernova", because of Tycho Brahe's extensive work De nova et nullius aevi memoria prius
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  • 2016/18. The space capsule will be of a tubular design as its predecessor Tycho Brahe, but its greater diameter will allow the astronaut to assume a sitting
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  • relied on and Tycho made great strides in this area. Tycho Brahe accepted Copernicus's model but reasserted geocentricity. In 1572, Tycho Brahe observed a
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  • Backafall. The island was historically under Danish rule. Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe (1546–1601) built two observatories there, Uraniborg and Stjerneborg
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