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Opening Tycho Brahe's tomb

Tycho Brahe's tomb has been opened in Týn Church in Prague on 15 November 2010. The earthly remains of the astronomer who spent two years of his life in Prague where he died in 1601 will be submitted to scientific research. Over the centuries his death has been subject to speculation; Brahe is largely believed to have died from a bladder rupture, as he was afraid to leave the table at which he had been dining with emperor Rudolf II.  Jiří Smolík of  Laboratory of Aerosol Chemistry and Physics, Department of Aerosols and Laser Studies was member of a research team of scientists and archaeologues led by professor Jens Vellev, danish archaeologue of Aarhus University. After a thorough examination and sampling were Brahe's earthly remains laid to rest again in a funeral service celebrated by Prague archbishop monsignore Dominik Duka.

Doors Open Days November 4 and 5, 2010

Event Date and Time: 
04.11.2010 - 08:30 - 05.11.2010 - 15:30

Doors Open Days will take place as part of the Science and Technology Week 2010 at the Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals. Individual visitors as well as groups are welcome. Groups are invited to book their visits with Dr. Magdalena Bendova by phone (220 390 301 or 220 390 290), e-mail (bendova [at] icpf.cas.cz), or Skype (magdalena.bendova).

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Doors Open Days take part during the annual Science and Technology Week:

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Open Door Days

When: Wednesday 2 November 2016, 14:00 - 18:00

           Thursday 3 November 2016, 9:00 - 12:00 a 13:00 - 16:00

            Friday 4 November 2016, 9:00 - 12:00

Where: Czech Academy of Sciences Campus Lysolaje, Rozvojová 135, 165 02 Praha 6

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