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Basis astronomiae

P. Horrebov

Basis astronomiae

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Published by H.C. Paulli .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Romer, O.

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    Statementsive, Astronomiae pars mechanica, in qua describuntur observatoria, atque instrumenta ... Roemeriana ; by P. Horrebov.
    SeriesLandmarks of science
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19745845M

    The 2nd volume of a projected work on recent astronomical phenomena. The 1st volume was published in under title: Astronomiae instauratae progymnasmata. The 3rd and final volume was never written. Cf. Tycho Brahe / J.L.E. Dreyer. p. A reissue of the ed. with a new t.p. and added preliminary matter. Cf. Dreyer, p. Pages [] are reset and the colophon is new. Space-Based Astronomy—An Educator Guide with Activities for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education is available in electronic format through NASA Spacelink—one of the Agency’s electronic.


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Basis astronomiæ, sive, Astronomiæ pars mechanica: in qva describuntur observatoria, atqve instrumenta astronomica Rœmeriana Danica: simulqve eorundem usus, sive methodi observandi Roemerianæ in usum publicum, & præsertim in gratiam unà prodeuntis valde insignis atqve usûs amplissimi, nunqvam non posteris memorandi tridui observationum Tusculanarum Roemeri by Peder Horrebow (Book).

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