An ephemeris of coelestial motions, aspects, eclipses, &c. For the year of the Christian æra 1682...Calculated for y meridian of Boston in N. England...

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Published by Printed by S. Green in Cambridge [Mass.] .

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  • Celestial mechanics,
  • Eclipses

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StatementBy W. Brattle.
ContributionsBrattle, William, 1662-1717.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[14] 9, [1] p.
Number of Pages14
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Open LibraryOL17457795M
OCLC/WorldCa6730704

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c) It held that the planets moved along small circles that moved on larger circles around the Sun. d) It varied the motion of the celestial sphere so that it sometimes moved backward. e) It held that sometimes the planets moved backward along their circular orbits.

Eclipses are given, but not their zodiacal positions & the format used makes finding them difficult. Sun's entry into signs are given. Missing features: No aspectarian, no Julian Days, no SVP on Aldebaran or ayanamsa.

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(ii) Ephemeris: or, a Diary [Astronomical, Astrological, Meteorological], or Leap-Year Containing the Planets Motions and Aspects, Eclipses, Sun's Rising and Setting etc. (iii) Merlinus Anglicus Junior: or, The Starry Messenger. (iv) Olympia Domata. (v) Wing A Prognostication. (vi) Parker's : £ Celestial Influences also includes an ephemeris with tinted backgrounds that highlight when planets are retrograde.

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Author(s): Weaver,Edmund, Title(s): The British telescope: being an ephemeris of the coelestial motions: with an almanack for the year of our Lordof the Julian periodand the first after bissextile or leap-year: containing both the heliocentric and geocentric motions of the planets, together with their latitudes and aspects, both mutual and lunar: amplify'd with.

The worst event was a solar eclipse, which they thought happened as a dragon tried devouring the Sun. An astronomer of the Fourth Century B.C.E., Shih-shen, rationalized the Moon's non-uniform motion as follows [H. Maspero, L'astronomie chinoise avant les Han ["Chinese Astronomy before the Han Dynasty"], T'oung Pao XXVI, Paris,p.

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