Examples from the Web for copernican
We find also some geometrical paradoxes; and in treating of astronomy he writes as if he had never heard of the Copernican system.
He expressly maintains the Copernican theory, but admits that it was generally reputed a novel paradox.
In his allusion to the Copernican system the ‘planet’ ‘Earth’ is described by Milton as seventh.The Astronomy of Milton's 'Paradise Lost'|Thomas Orchard
Of course these facts, published in 1610 (Sidereus Nuncius), strengthened his advocacy of the Copernican system.An Introduction to the History of Science|Walter Libby
We make exceptions in favor of such matters as the Copernican system and the greatness of our own future.
Word Origin and History for copernican
1660s, "pertaining to Copernicus."