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Designating a series of astronomical calculations, based on the observational data of Tycho Brahe, published by Johannes Kepler in 1627; especially in "Rudolphine Tables".
Mid 17th century. From the name of RudolphII, Holy Roman Emperor (reigned 1576–1612) + -ine, after post-classical Latin Rudolphinus; so called in honour of Rudolph, who was the patron of both Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler.
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