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Which scholar developed the heliocentric theory and influenced the beginning of the Scientific Revolution but did not publish his findings until a year before his death because he feared persecution from the Catholic Church?

Copernicus

Galileo

Newton

Kepler

I googled the question, and most website options came up with Copernicus, so is it A?

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  1. Yes.

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