5 edition of Western Astrolabes (Historic Scientific Instruments of the Adler Planetarium Series; Vol. 1) found in the catalog.
Western Astrolabes (Historic Scientific Instruments of the Adler Planetarium Series; Vol. 1)
April 25, 2007
by Adler Planetarium & Astronomy
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||179|
This book is the third in a series of publications exploring the collections of the Adler Planetarium. The ﬁrst two books catalogued the Adler’s important collection of astrolabes. The ﬁrst book, written in by Marjorie and Roderick Webster, explored the Adler’s collection of . ‘[This] is a heterogeneous collection, offering readers insight into specific medieval sundials and Renaissance astrolabes in addition to the astrolabes from medieval Europe advertized by the book title [King] has given us a sample of his scholarship and methods of interrogating scientific instruments in this volume’ – Aestimatio 11 ().
Genuth, Sara Schechner. “Astrolabes: A Cross-Cultural and Social Perspective.” In Western Astrolabes, Chicago: Adler Planetarium, This book is THE astrolabe book. It's a modern treatment that includes computer code as well as ancient methods for laying out astrolabes. It includes all kinds of variations, including a "linear astrolabe" that consists of a marked stick and three strings, which the Arabs used about years ago/5(28). Hipparchus and the Astrolabe Hipparchus (who flourished during the second half of the second century BC) was a careful astronomical observer, who operated in a systematic fashion. He may have been responsible for the invention (or adaptation) of several astronomical instruments. Some historians of astronomy (including , John North and David King) believe that .
Adler Planetarium in nearby Chicago has one of the best astrolabe collections in the entire world, producing another beautiful book solely on Western astrolabes and a gorgeous book on antique scientific instruments in general. None of these provide the mathematical details of astrolabe design beyond a description of stereographic projection. Astrolabes and Medieval Travel Sara Schechner Western islamic and european astrolabes have horary quadrants for equal or unequal hours (Strasbourg, ), book 6, tract 1, ch. 1. 8 for example, levi ben isaac hijo caro, Barcelona, (det Kongelige Bibliotek,File Size: KB. You can find those in the Time Museum or Western Astrolabes book and get more nuts and bolts info about the production process from Scientific Instruments of Elizabethan England. But for creating and using an astrolabe, you can't find a better reference- UNLESS you really want to use period processes/5(28).
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