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Kepler modified Copernicus's model of the universe by proposing that the A. paths of the planets follow an elliptical orbit around the sun. B. planets follow an elliptical orbit every leap year. C. planets follow a circular orbit around the sun. D. planets have their own orbits around themselves as they orbit the sun.
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Kepler modified Copernicus's model of the universe by proposing that the paths of the planets follow an elliptical orbit around the sun.
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Kepler modified Copernicus's model of the universe by proposing that the paths of the planets follow an elliptical orbit around the sun.

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