De maculis in sole observastis et apparente earum cum sole conversione, narratio.
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De maculis in sole observastis et apparente earum cum sole conversione, narratio. by Johannes Fabricius

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Published by Typis L. Seuberlichij impensis I. Borneri .
Written in English


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Statementby J. Fabricius.
SeriesLandmarks of science
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Open LibraryOL19742928M

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Johannes Fabricius published the first scientific manuscript, titled De Maculis in Sole observatis et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio (Narration on Spots Observed on the Sun and their Apparent Rotation with the Sun), on sunspots in June Johannes wrote a tract on sunspots, De Maculis in Sole Observatis, et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio ("Narration on Spots Observed on the Sun and their Apparent Rotation with the Sun"), the dedication of which was dated 13 June It was printed in Wittenberg (the site of the premier Lutheran university, where Johannes was apparently continuing his studies) in time for the .   Title page of De Maculis in sole observatis et apparente earum cum Sole conversione, Narratio (). Joh. Fabricii Phrysii De Maculis in Sole observatis, et apparente earum cum Sole conversione, Narratio, etc. Witebergae, Anno (year ). Notes References. Gerhard Berthold: Der Magister Johann. In a tract dedicated June , Johannes wrote on sunspots, De Maculis in Sole Observatis, et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio (Narration on Spots Observed on the Sun and their Apparent Rotation with the Sun), giving his opinion that they were on the Sun and that the Sun therefore probably rotated on its axis (a notion already suggested by Giordano Bruno and Kepler).

old native of East Friesland, Germany. His pamphlet, De maculis in Sole observatis et apparente earum cum Sole conversione, bore the date of dedication J and appeared in the Narratio in the fall of that year. Fabricius perceived that the changes in the motions of the spots across the solar disk might be the result of foreshortening. Works []. De Maculis in Sole Observatis, et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio ("Narration on Spots Observed on the Sun and their Apparent Rotation with the Sun") (). Extract from De Maculis in Sole observatis () translated by H. L. Crosby in Mitchell, Walter M. (), “The history of the discovery of solar spots”, Popular Astronomy 24 ():   In Wittenberg, the top Lutheran school, Johann Fabricius publishes a pamphlet with the somewhat snappy title De Maculis in Sole Observates et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio ("Narration on Spots Observed on the Sun and their Apparent Rotation with the Sun"). known by its nick-title De Maculis. (See left) It is just in time for the. năm sau ngày mất của Galileo, một ngôi sao sáng xuất hiện trên bầu trời Vật lý Thiên văn: Stephan William Hawking (08/01/). Hawking hiện là giáo sư Lucasian, chức danh dành cho giáo sư toán học của Đại học Cambridge.

Narratio de maculis in sole observatis et apparente earum cum sole conversione. ("Narration on Spots Observed on the Sun and their Apparent Rotation with the Sun"). This first publication on such observations, was the work of Johannes Fabricius, a Dutch astronomer who was perhaps the first ever to observe sunspots. 年7月由系统观察过黑子数月并对黑子在日盘上的运动记有记录的约翰尼斯法布里丘斯(Johannes Fabricius)首次出版观察记录《对太阳上黑子的描述和他们明显的旋转》(De Maculis in Sole Observatis, et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio),这可以作为第一次观察到.   Johannes Fabricius published the first scientific manuscript, titled De Maculis in Sole observatis et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio . book titled De Maculis in Sole observatis et Apparente earum cum Sole Conversione Narratio (Narration on Spots Observed on the Sun and their Apparent Rotation with the Sun) in June of