|←Author Index: Co||Nicolaus Copernicus
|founder of the heliocentric planetary theory|
- De revolutionibus orbium cœlestium (1543), placed on the Index Expurgatorius from 1617 to 1835
Works about Copernicus
- “Copernicus, Nicolaus” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
- “Nicolaus Copernicus,” in Catholic Encyclopedia, 1913.
- “Copernicus, Nicolaus,” The New Student's Reference Work, Chicago: F.E. Compton and Co., 1914.
- "Darwin and Copernicus", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 23, June 1883
- "Sketch of Nicolaus Copernicus", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 39, June 1891
- De Morgan, Augustus, 1872. "THE CONGREGATION OF THE INDEX, ON COPERNICUS." in Budget of Paradoxes.
- Prowe's Life of Copernicus, in Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, October 1883, Vol. 158, p. 295-332
- Agnes Mary Clerke: "Copernicus in Italy", in "Edinburgh Review" Vol. 146 (October, 1877) p. 102-118
- "Copernicus", by Edward S. Holden in Popular Science Monthly Volume 65, June 1904
- Dorothy Stimson, 'The gradual acceptance of the Copernican theory of the universe', 1917
- Robert S. Ball, Great astronomers, Copernicus (p. 30-43), 1907
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