EPITOME ASTRONOMIAE COPERNICANAE PDF

Kepler had become a professor of mathematics at the Protestant seminary in Graz , Austria , in , while also serving as the district mathematician and calendar maker. In , while teaching a class, Kepler experienced a moment of illumination. It struck him suddenly that the spacing among the six Copernican planets might be explained by circumscribing and inscribing each orbit with one of the five regular polyhedrons. If now the ratios of the mean orbital distances agreed with the ratios obtained from circumscribing and inscribing the polyhedrons, then, Kepler felt confidently, he would have discovered the architecture of the universe. Now, however, behold how through my effort God is being celebrated in astronomy.

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Condition: Good. Roman and Italic letter, some Greek, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, astronomical and geometrical diagrams and illustrations throughout, outer leaf of synoptic table missing trimmed to binding.

Mostly marginal wormtrail to first gathering without loss, poor quality paper with intermittent foxing and age browning, a good, unrestored well-margined copy bound in original vellum fragment of C15th antiphonal leaf in red, blue, and brown ink. Ex dono of Joannes Moeri to the Jesuit College at [?

This controversial subject would land the Epitome on the Index of Prohibited Books in Most importantly Kepler extends his first two laws to the rest, stating that his discoveries concerning the orbit of Mars exist for other planets, the satellites of Jupiter, and for the moon which revolves around the earth. Kepler was much involved in her defense, and eventual acquittal in Books V-VII consider the practical geometry, and problems that arise, from the more theoretical discussions of elliptical and lunar theory in the first half of the book.

A rare and very influential work by one of the most famous astronomers even to this day, whose work radically altered the course of modern astronomy. The book has been bound in a curious order, though complete.

Caspar Bibliographia Kepleriana 55, 66, Barchas Kruger in Augsburg. Pt 2 comprising lib. Pt 2 is a reissue of the printing by Planck, published by G. Houzeau and Lancaster Not in Kenney.

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Condition: Good. Roman and Italic letter, some Greek, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, astronomical and geometrical diagrams and illustrations throughout, outer leaf of synoptic table missing trimmed to binding. Mostly marginal wormtrail to first gathering without loss, poor quality paper with intermittent foxing and age browning, a good, unrestored well-margined copy bound in original vellum fragment of C15th antiphonal leaf in red, blue, and brown ink. Ex dono of Joannes Moeri to the Jesuit College at [? This controversial subject would land the Epitome on the Index of Prohibited Books in

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