He once was lost, but now is found!
It appears they've discovered where Copernicus' last resting site is, at last.
Scientists say Copernicus' remains, grave found
By MONIKA SCISLOWSKA
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
WARSAW, Poland -- Researchers said Thursday they have identified the remains of Nicolaus Copernicus by comparing DNA from a skeleton and hair retrieved from one of the 16th-century astronomer's books. The findings could put an end to centuries of speculation about the exact resting spot of Copernicus, a priest and astronomer whose theories identified the Sun, not the Earth, as the center of the universe.
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