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Tycho Brahe was a Danish astronomer, whose meticulous observations and ideas about the nature of planets, stars and comets, although erroneously accommodating rather than directly challenging the long-standing Aristotelian and Ptolemaic versions of the heavens, they were nevertheless an important contribution to the coming scientific revolution, and specifically enabled his assistant, Johannes Keppler, to derive his breakthrough laws of planetary motion.
By requiring replicable data and peer review, science is the only process of knowledge-gathering that can go beyond our individual lenses of belief.
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