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De revolutionibus orbium coelestium On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres. Full Resolution. This page. Object Description Rating. Title De rev Pagination Book Spine. Add tags for De rev. View as list View as tag cloud report abuse. Post a Comment for De rev. Book Spine. Book Cover Front. Inside Cover. Blank Page - front i. Blank Page - front ii. Folio i recto. Folio i verso. Folio ii recto. Folio ii verso. Folio iii recto. Folio iii verso. Folio iv recto.
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The marginalia offers insight into the initial reception of Copernicus by Catholic astronomers. On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres presents Copernicus's evidence and arguments for heliocentric theory, principally that the Earth revolves around the sun, contrasting with the Ptolemaic, or geocentric model, which maintained the Earth was the center of the universe.
Astronomy Heliocentric theory. Publication Place. Norimbergae Nuremberg , Additional Work. Narratio Prima First Report. Author of Additional Work. Description of Additional Work. Rheticus published Narratio Prima as a primer to Copernicus's De revolutionibus in This copy of Narratio Prima was bound together with De rev. Date of Additional Work. Physical Object. Special Collection.
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On the revolutions of the heavenly spheres
In Poland, a reader said he had to use the bathroom--and made off with the treasured volume. A thief in Kiev, Ukraine, pilfered the book using a fake police ID. Russian police say they have appealed to Interpol for help in locating that book, which disappeared from the Academy of Sciences Library in St. Police would give no further details. Five copies remain missing. Gingerich has worked for a quarter-century compiling a list of all known copies of the first and second editions of the work, a quest that has taken him to cities and libraries worldwide--and has helped him trace at least two stolen copies. Sometime later, the reader said he had to visit the toilet--and disappeared.
De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium
The book, first printed in in Nuremberg , Holy Roman Empire , offered an alternative model of the universe to Ptolemy 's geocentric system , which had been widely accepted since ancient times. Copernicus initially outlined his system in a short, untitled, anonymous manuscript that he distributed to several friends, referred to as the Commentariolus. A physician's library list dating to includes a manuscript whose description matches the Commentariolus , so Copernicus must have begun work on his new system by that time. At this time, Copernicus anticipated that he could reconcile the motion of the Earth with the perceived motions of the planets easily, with fewer motions than were necessary in the Alfonsine Tables , the version of the Ptolemaic system current at the time. Regiomontano et B. A manuscript of De revolutionibus in Copernicus' own hand has survived.
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