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'''Copernicus' Observatory''', [[Newton's University (Civ3)|Newton's University]], and the [[SETI Program (Civ3)|SETI Program]] all double the science output of a city.
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==Civilopedia Entry==
 
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Ancient astronomers originally put forth the theory that the Sun was the center of our solar system, and that the planets revolve around it. This
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Ancient astronomers originally put forth the theory that the Sun was the center of our solar system, and that the planets revolve around it. This knowledge was lost during the Dark Ages, but was re-introduced in the early 16th Century by Nicholas Copernicus. Copernicus' research and theories form the foundation for modern astronomy. Copernicus collected his data from his observatory, a small room in the spire of an East Prussian cathedral. His research methods and observations also marked the rebirth of the scientific method, and were an important step in the advance of knowledge.
knowledge was lost during the Dark Ages, but was re-introduced in the early 16th Century by Nicholas Copernicus. Copernicus' research and
 
theories form the foundation for modern astronomy. Copernicus collected his data from his observatory, a small room in the spire of an East
 
Prussian cathedral. His research methods and observations also marked the rebirth of the scientific method, and were an important step in the
 
advance of knowledge.
 

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Copernicus' Observatory, Newton's University, and the SETI Program all double the science output of a city.

Civilopedia Entry

Ancient astronomers originally put forth the theory that the Sun was the center of our solar system, and that the planets revolve around it. This knowledge was lost during the Dark Ages, but was re-introduced in the early 16th Century by Nicholas Copernicus. Copernicus' research and theories form the foundation for modern astronomy. Copernicus collected his data from his observatory, a small room in the spire of an East Prussian cathedral. His research methods and observations also marked the rebirth of the scientific method, and were an important step in the advance of knowledge.