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Jeremiae Horroccii ... Opera posthuma ... Astronomia Kepleriana, defensa & promota. Excerpta ex epistolis ad Crabtraeum suum. Observationum coelestium catalogus. Lunae theoria nova : accedunt Guilielmi Crabtraei ... Observationes coelestes;. quibus accesserunt Johannis Flamstedii ... De temporis aequatione diatriba. Numeri ad lunae theoriam Horroccianam.. In calce adjiciuntur, nondum editae Johannis Wallisii ... Exercitationes tres ... De cometarum distantiis investigandis. De rationum & fractionum reductione. De periodo Juliana
Author, ContributorCrabtree, William [1610-1644] Search Wikipedia for William Crabtree ; Horrocks, Jeremiah [1617-1641] Search Wikipedia for Jeremiah Horrocks ; Flamsteed, John [1646-1719] Search Wikipedia for John Flamsteed ; Wallisius, Johannes Search Wikipedia for Johannes Wallisius
ImprintLondini : prostant venales apud Mosem Pitt, 1678
Description496 S. : Ill. ; 20 cm
LanguageLatin
Providing InstitutionETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 4429
Persistent linkhttp://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-2621 
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ReferenceJeremiae Horroccii ... Opera posthuma ... Astronomia Kepleriana, defensa & promota. Excerpta ex epistolis ad Crabtraeum suum. Observationum coelestium [...] : accedunt Guilielmi Crabtraei ... Observationes coelestes;. quibus accesserunt Johannis Flamstedii ... De temporis aequatione diatriba. Numeri ad lunae [...]. Londini : prostant venales apud Mosem Pitt, 1678. ETH-Bibliothek Zürich, Rar 4429, http://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-2621 / Public Domain Mark