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He may be a titan of science, but for some reason when Copernicus died, nobody could remember where the body was buried. In 2005, his remains were finally found under the floor of Frombork Cathedral in northern Poland. Scientists compared a tooth found there to known strands of his hair. He was reburied in the same spot, but this time with a black tombstone that depicts his model of the solar system.
You have down and up, strange and charmed, and top and bottom. What are they?
Previous answer: Those coordinates are off the coast of Newfoundland and mark the location of the Titanic.
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