Kepler Conjecture

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The Kepler Conjecture, proposed by Johannes Kepler in 1611, states that hexagonal and cubic close-packing are the densest possible ways to pack identical spheres. In 1998, a proof was announced by Thomas Hales. While the proof has proven difficult to verify due to its heavy use of computer calculations, it is believed to be correct.

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