The Copernican Revolution/ Chapter 5/ Copernicus Innovation.
Copernicus wrote his first book, purposefully not astronomically complex, to address the common public; not much people took him seriously.
I am still curious and interested in the way in which Copernicus developed his heliocentric system and how he found it beautiful, even though it lacked accuracy (for one he still maintained circular motion, it wasn’t until kepler changed that notion later on that people adopted the ellipse.)
It seems that Copernicus had aesthetic reasons to believe that his system was correct, and that is intriguing, how beauty in a way has so much to do with truth, or at least appears that way.
This chapter deals with reviewing Copernicus book itself, and what its content was, but what is more important perhaps are the reasons Copernicus chose to develop it and