Author:Christopher Scheiner

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Christopher Scheiner
German Jesuit father, physicist and astronomer
Christopher Scheiner


  • Tres epistulæ de maculis solaribus (1612)
  • De maculis solaribus et stellis circa Jovem errantibus accuratior Disquisitio (1612)
  • Disquisitiones mathematicae (1614)
  • Sol ellipticus (1615)
  • Exegeses fundamentorum gnomonicorum (1617)
  • Refractiones coelestes sive solis elliptici phaenomenon illustratum (1617)
  • Oculus, hoc est: Fundamentum opticum (1619)
  • Rosa Ursina sive Sol (1626-30)
  • Pantographice seu ars delineandi (1631)
  • Prodromus pro sole mobili et terra stabili contra ... Galilaeum a Galileis (1651)

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