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See previous books of the month April Nicolaus Copernicus. During Copernicus' lifetime, orthodox opinion asserted the contrary view - that the Earth was fixed, unmoving at the centre of the Universe. This "geo-centric" myth was not easy to de-bunk: it was popularly held to be true by common sense perception supported by two millennia of philosophical tradition, not to mention Biblical scripture. As with many great "discoverers", Copernicus was not, in fact, the first ever person to conceive of heliocentrism.
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