Heliocentric

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Solar centricism or solar concentration Heliocentrism or heliocentricism An astronomical model that assumes that the fixed sun is located in the center of the universe and the Earth and other planets rotate around it. The origin of the English word heliocentrism is from Greek origin ἥλιος helios in Greek, meaning the sun and κέντρον Kittenon means the center. From the historical point of view, solar concentration was opposed to the geocentric model, so that the Earth was considered the center of the universe. It is the first proposal that the Earth revolves around the Sun. Born astronomer and mathematician Aristarchus, who was born on the island of Samos, Greece, in the third quarter. Of course, his thesis did not have much support from ancient astronomers.

In the 16th century, a rationalized mathematical model of the solar system was presented by the mathematician, astronomer of the European Renaissance and Nicolaus Copernicus of Poland, Catholicism. He was born through the Copernicus revolution. After Copernicus, his model was further developed by German astronomer Johannes Kepler and Italian scientist Galileo Galilei, using the first telescope to present the theory with strong observational evidence.

This model has also been proved wrong after the observation and research of William Herschel, Friedrich Vilhelm Basel and other astronomers. They realized that while the Earth and other planets rotating around the Sun, the Sun is not in the center of the universe. In the 1920’s, American astronomer Edwin Hubble also observed that the solar system inside the galaxy (galaxy) is only a single galaxy of galaxies. Even the Sun is located in the center of the Milky Way, rather than about 8 kilos percex from its center.

 

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The universe has a quota of galaxies, its name is “Milkyoye”; Our star sunset in Milky Way galaxy; The sun has its own 11 planets; Sun and the solar system on its 11 planets.