By J. L. E. Dreyer
A masterpiece of ancient perception and clinical accuracy, this can be the definitive paintings on Greek astronomy and the Copernican Revolution. starting with the traditional Egyptians, it levels from the Pythagoreans and Plato to medieval ecu and Islamic cosmologies, concluding with detailed surveys of the works of Copernicus, Brahe, and Kepler.
Formerly titled: historical past of the Planetary platforms from Thales to Kepler
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It is a examine of the union of astronomy and astrology, and kin to astral worship, from early Babylonian instances, via medieval ecu instances, as much as and together with the time of Isaac Newton, particularly relating to prediction, and with extensions into newer occasions. there's additionally dialogue of similar concerns in different cultures, akin to chinese language, Indian, local American and African.
Strains the historical past of mankind's enterprise into outer area from the 1st makes an attempt at flight to the sending of humans to the moon.
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