Johannes Kepler was the founder of celestial mechanics and was the first person to design eyeglasses for near and far-nearsightedness. He made many other contributions to the field of science. More »

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Some of Johannes Kepler's inventions are the refracting telescope, eyeglass lenses, Rudolphine tables, log books and the discovery of a supernova. His works and ideas guided many famous scientists like Isaac Newton to de... More »

Some of the contributions of Johannes Kepler include explanation of planetary movement, invention of an improved version of the refracting telescope and authorship of a number of books. He is highly regarded as an astron... More »

Some of the contributions of Johannes Kepler include explanation of planetary movement, invention of an improved version of the refracting telescope and authorship of a number of books. He is highly regarded as an astron... More »

Some of Johannes Kepler's inventions are the refracting telescope, eyeglass lenses, Rudolphine tables, log books and the discovery of a supernova. His works and ideas guided many famous scientists like Isaac Newton to de... More »

Johannes Kepler died in Regensburg, Germany on November 15, 1630, after a short battle with an illness, most likely a fever. His death occurred while he was on his way home to Sagan, Germany to collect a debt. More »

Johannes Kepler's theories of the universe were notable for hypothesizing that the universe was created on April 27, 4977 B.C. and that the planets orbit in an elliptical pattern rather than a circular pattern. His theor... More »