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A description of the selenographia
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Selenographia: Sive, Lunae descriptio Hardcover – January 1, by Johannes Hevelius (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: Johannes Hevelius.
Selenography is the study of the surface and physical features of the ically, the principal concern of selenographists was the mapping and naming of the lunar maria, craters, mountain ranges, and other various task was largely finished when high resolution images of the near and far sides of the Moon were obtained by orbiting spacecraft during the.
Title: Selenographia sive Lunae descriptio Creator: Johannes Hevelius Date Created: Location Created: Gdansk Provenance: A gift of Roman Umiastowski Type: Book About the author: Johannes Hevelius (), a Polish astronomer, founder of the modern selenography.
Sincemember of the Royal Society. Inhe set up an astronomical. Selenographia, sive Lunae descriptio (Selenography, or A Description of The Moon) was printed in and is a milestone work by Johannes includes the first detailed map of the moon, created from Hevelius's personal his treatise, Hevelius reflected on the difference between his own work and that of Galileo Galilei.
In he published Selenographia, sive lunae description. In this ambitious work, he revealed all of telescopic astronomy, but the centerpiece was the section containing engravings of all phases of the Moon, both waxing and waning, and three large plates of the full Moon that showed the parts of the Moon revealed by libration, a slow.
Get this from a library. Selenographia: sive, Lunae descriptio: facsimile reprint of the original edition of [Johannes Hevelius]. ption: Page image from bound volume which has the following bibliographic description: ,1 unnumbered page,  leaves of plates (some folded), 40 pages of plates: illustrations, maps, portrait ; 36 cm: ct: Selenographia contains detailed descriptions with illustrations of the surface of the moon.
Selenographia contains detailed descriptions with illustrations of the surface of the moon. Hevelius included 40 engravings representing the Moon in different phases.
The engraved frontispiece by Jeremias Falck depicts portraits of Alhazen and Galileo. One of the engravings is of Hevelius with one of his telescopes.
Johannis Hevelii Selenographia: sive, Lunae descriptio: atque accurata, tam macularum ejus, quam motuum diversorum, aliarumque omnium vicissitudinum, phasiumque, telescopii ope deprehensarum, delineatio in quâ simul caeterorum omnium planetarum nativa facies, variaeq́ue observationes, praesertim autem macularum solarium, atq́ue jovialium, tubospicillo acquisitae.
Selenographia: sive Lunae description; atqueaccurata, tam Macularum eius delineatio Addita est, lentes expoliendi nova ratio. Danzig: Andreas Hënefeld for the author, 2 o ( x mm). Half-title with conjugate blank leaf, title printed in red and black.
Get this from a library. A description of the selenographia: an apparatus for exhibiting the phenomena of the moon. Together with an account of some of the purposes which it may be applied to. By John Russell, R.A. [John Russell].
"Gedani gloria; coelum accurate spectandum, nove-reperto modo, exhibentis ([Danzig] Typis Hünefeldianis, )" by Johannes Reginchomus and Michael Kirsten in praise of Hevelius:  p. inserted. With this are bound the author's Observatio eclipseos solaris Gedani anno aerae christianaedie 8.
Aprilis. [Danzig. ] and Eclipsis solis observata Gedani anno â. HEVELIUS, Johannes. Selenographia: sive Lunae description; atque accurata, tam Macularum eius delineation Addita est, lentes expoliendi nova ratio.
Gedani edita: autoris sumtibus typis Hunefeldianis, [Danzig, Andreas Hünefeld for the author, ] Folio, mm. x; Contemporary full vellum binding with Yapp edges; pp. 28 nn., including Half title and red and. This Old Map InPolish astronomer Johannes Hevelius published the Selenographia sive Lunae Descriptio (Selenography or the description of the moon).
[Ed Note: Selenography is named after the Greek moon goddess Selene.] Historian of astronomy Albert Van Helden explains: In Selenographia he presented engravings of every conceivable phase of the Moon.
Steganographia book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This Book Is In Latin. Due to the very old age and scarcity of this b /5.
Selenographia is the last of the three works which make up Inconstant Moon, the others being the original guided tours and the Cyclopedia Selenica reference zone. Inconstant Moon has been generously allowed to use the magnificent photographs of the Consolidated Lunar Atlas, and has used these to build a set of 44 mosaic images which continuously cover the entire visible face.
Selenographia, sive Lunae descriptio is a work of Johannes Hevelius, published in Media in category "Selenographia" The following 8 files are in this category, out of 8 : Johannes Hevelius.
English: Fleuron from book: A description of the selenographia: an apparatus for exhibiting the phenomena of the moon. Together with an account of some of the purposes which it may be applied to. By John Russell, R.A. 86 A description of the selenographia- an apparatus for exhibiting the phenomena of the moon Fleuron T Johannis Hevelii Selenographia; sive, Lunae descriptio Call Number: QB H48+ Oversize (Request the physical item to view in our reading room).
Half leather and cloth binding, gold stamped spine with Naval Observatory insignia. Rare book. Place: Poland -- Gdansk. - Date cataloged: Septem Lettie S. Multhauf's description: Hevelius, one of the most famous astronomers of his time, was born in Dantzig, Germany, where his father was a brewer.
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