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  1. Copernican heliocentrism is the name given to the astronomical model developed by Nicolaus Copernicus and published in 1543. This model positioned the Sun at the center of the Universe, motionless, with Earth and the other planets orbiting around it in circular paths, modified by epicycles, and at uniform speeds.

  2. Pitagóricos. El modelo no geocéntrico del universo fue propuesto por el filósofo pitagórico Filolao (hacia 390 a. C.). Según Filolao, hay en el centro del universo un «fuego central» alrededor del cual la Tierra, el Sol, la Luna y los planetas giran con un movimiento circular uniforme.

  3. Geocentrism is the belief that the Earth is fixed at the centre of the Universe.Geocentrists accept that the earth is round. Before the 16th century most people believed in the theory of geocentrism.

  4. He was tried, convicted, and forced to retract his published belief in heliocentrism. Centuries later, the Catholic church had lost interest in subjecting natural philosophy to dogma. The relation of the now separate Church of England to evolution was complicated by the lack of the centralised authority of a Pope.

  5. Alī ibn Khalaf (Arabic: علي بن خلف الأندلسي) was an Andalusian astronomer who belonged to the scientific circle of Ṣāʿid al- Andalusī.. He devised, with help from al-Zarqali, the universal astrolabe.