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Orbits; planets

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Article Flavia Marcacci (2023)
G.B. Riccioli’s geo-heliocentric use of Epicepicycles, ellipses and spirals. Journal for the History of Astronomy (pp. 171-192). (/isis/citation/CBB350834281/) unapi

Article Bernard R. Goldstein; José Chabás (2023)
Joseph Ibn Waqār and the treatment of retrograde motion in the middle ages. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 175-199). (/isis/citation/CBB458115218/) unapi

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Importance of Bhāskara's Karaṇakutūhala as an algorithmic handbook. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 714-720). (/isis/citation/CBB290615935/) unapi

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The First Astronomers: How Indigenous Elders read the stars. (/isis/citation/CBB333531632/) unapi

Article Recio, Gonzalo Luis (2021)
Kepler’s derivation of the bisection of the earth’s orbit in Astronomia Nova. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 151-169). (/isis/citation/CBB290881217/) unapi

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A study of Babylonian planetary theory III. The planet Mercury. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 491-522). (/isis/citation/CBB229121263/) unapi

Article Christián C. Carman (2021)
The gravitational influence of Jupiter on the Ptolemaic value for the eccentricity of Saturn. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 439-454). (/isis/citation/CBB844292126/) unapi

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Babylonian observations of a unique planetary configuration. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 587-603). (/isis/citation/CBB642858682/) unapi

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José Monteiro da Rocha (1734–1819) and His 1782 Work on the Determination of Comet Orbits. Journal for the History of Astronomy (pp. 461-481). (/isis/citation/CBB479505423/) unapi

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Bi-Daily Venus in the Medieval Thought of William of Conches: Explaining an Uncommon Celestial Event by Circumsolarity. Journal for the History of Astronomy (pp. 305-323). (/isis/citation/CBB542578537/) unapi

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Herschel's spurious moons of Uranus: their impact on satellite orbital theory, celestial cartography and literature. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 119-162). (/isis/citation/CBB722993822/) unapi

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Galileo lettore di Copernico. (/isis/citation/CBB163414161/) unapi

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Naṣīr al-Dīn Muḥammad al-Ṭūsī al-Risāla al-Muʿīniyya (al-Risāla al-Mughniya) and its Supplement. (/isis/citation/CBB011433309/) unapi

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The Orbital Elements of Venus in Medieval Islamic Astronomy: Interaction Between Traditions and the Accuracy of Observations. Journal for the History of Astronomy (pp. 46-81). (/isis/citation/CBB889213271/) unapi

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