Definitions for "Kepler, Johannes"
One of the founders of modern astronomy who discovered the three basic laws of planetary motion, among them that planetary orbits are elliptical. He introduced several minor aspects including the bi-quintile (144°), tredecile (108°), quintile (fifth harmonic, 72°), decile or semi-quintile (36°), quindecile (24°), and the semidecile or vigintile (18°).
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1571-1630. Mathematician who discovered the Laws of Planetary Motion which bear his name. Also, a rayed crater on the Moon. External Link