Tycho Brahe was able to correct the lunar theory by his observations.
The common epithet of rank: nobilis Tycho, as he was a nobleman.
The hall itself is small, low, and dark; it contains a full-length portrait in oil of Tycho de Brahe.
It appears that Otto, the father of Tycho, had a brother named George, who was childless.
Tycho is the most famous of the crater-mountains, though not the largest.
Tycho's father and mother receded from the bargain, and refused to part with their son.
Even very careful observers, such as Tycho Brahe, were able to obtain only fairly accurate results.
Tycho at once commenced regular observations in such fashion as he could.
An interesting event, which occurred in 1572, distracted Tycho's attention from astronomical matters.
The researches of Tycho on this object were the occasion of his first appearance as an author.