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                  Titre : Opera omnia. Vol. 7 / edidit Ch. Frisch...

                  Auteur : Kepler, Johannes (1571-1630)

                  Éditeur : Heyder et Zimmer (Frankofurti a. M.)

                  Date d'édition : 1858-1871

                  Contributeur : Frisch, Christian (1807-1882). Éditeur scientifique

                  Sujet : Astronomie

                  Type : monographie imprimée

                  Langue : Latin

                  Format : 8 vol. : fig. et pl. ; gr. in-8

                  Format : application/pdf

                  Droits : domaine public

                  Identifiant : ark:/12148/bpt6k949604

                  Source : Université de Paris Sud 11, B2-120-7

                  Relation : Notice d'ensemble : http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb30678038g

                  Relation : http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb30678038g

                  Provenance : bnf.fr

                  Date de mise en ligne : 15/10/2007

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                  Ephemeris ad annum 1632. 597

                  ducerem. Ex hoc enim est cur, etsi conjecter banc stellam fuisse majusculam illam,
                  quae depingitur in globis tertiae magnitudinis, iil tamen prorsus jurare non ausim.
                  Quaecuuque tandem ea fuerit, diameter Lunae, per extrema coutinia partinm lucidae
                  et obscurae ducta ac versus stellam continuata, ipsam cepit inferius sou ad austrum,
                  interstitio inter stellam ac limbum Lunae tanto. quanta proxime esse videbatur sexta
                  pars diametri lunaris, cum siuistrum genu Ophiuchi esset adhuc altum 16° BO' seu
                  h. 9. f)5' a meridie. Sed duni interstitium cum eo compararem, quod tune erat inter
                  .lovem fit uuuiii ex ejus satellitibus, qui tum ipsi solus ad ortum, discrimeii «ullum
                  observare potui inter utraniquc distantiam. Quo loco illud mirabile duxi. diametrum
                  Jovis tune prope acronychii non debere per telescopium videri minuta majorem. Cum
                  enim illud interstitium videretur expleri posse 5 Jovis diametris et tales b diametri
                  non confinèrent nisi sextant partem diametri luiuiris seu W c, perspicuum est, diame-
                  trnm Jovis 1' vix excessisse.

                  Laetor id mihi venisse in nientem, ut te ejus rei monerem, quam posses ipse
                  considerare. Ego tametsi idem observaram ante annos (quo etiam primum tempore
                  Jovem videre interdiu licuit) nescio tamen, 1 qua oscitantia paene oblitus id fuerani.
                  Sed finem facio, ne morosior sim, jam enim seutio, quam te meis nugis praeter insti-
                  tutum detineam. Tu me ama, praeclare vir, qui excellentis tuae virtutis sum ob-
                  servantissimus.

                  Ephemeris ad annum 1632.

                  Descriptio eclipsium anni 1632.

                  Rursum solennis hoc anno Terris exhibetur quadriga eclipsium Solis et
                  Lunae ex adverso respondentium etsi unam solam Lunae eamque ultimam
                  nostra videbit Europa. Calculum tamen omnium repraesento.
                  De solaribus deliquiis.

                  In primo. In secundo.

                  Tempus aequabile Uraniburg. 19. Apr. h. 22. -i5' 15" 1;>. Oct. h. 0. 22' 27"
                  Locus Solis (Aj 29° 50' 47" V 20° 51' 10"
                  Locus nodi (concursu AG, CS) i^X 7. 2. 83 "C 13 28. 8. 45 £^
                  Locus J) C in orbita (US) 21). 52. 38 V 20." 53. 3 £±
                  luter centra 39. -18 racrid. ] 40. 21 sept.
                  Anipliatus (AC) 40. 28 40. 59
                  Tempus canonmlicurn d. 2. h. l(i. 16 d, <). |j. 10. 30*
                  Parulhixis Lunae- seu semid. disci (AN) 58. 4 0 (Î2. 18
                  Semidiameter Lunae In. 0 K5# o
                  i> Solis 15. 9 15. 20

                  Seraissis parallaxis Solis 30 30
                  Srmidiameteï pciuunbrnc (BM. CV) 30. 45 31 50
                  Latitudo circuli do Sole résidai (). 3. Semidiam. umbran J) 0. 42
                  Summa scniidd. disci et pennmlinie (AR) 89. 31 {h[f 10
                  Scrupula defectus (NI) seu difl". Alî. AC 49. 3 0 53* n
                  Excessus supra CI semid. penumbran (CN) 18. 18 21 19
                  Krgo defnctus alicubi «:outralis. Krgd delcrtus alicubi totalis.
                  Scr. dim. morae oentri penumbrac in disco

                  (KC, CS) 42. 37. Umbrae J) in disoo 4(>. 55
                  Scrupula dimidino durationis omniiuoilae 79. 51 l 84. 47
                  l Solis 2. 2fi »' •>{)

                  Iiorarii VOr"S Lllllttfl 29. 57 aï. 56
                  i amphatus 30. 28 36. 30

                  f Lunae a Sole niupliatus 28. 2 34. 41 t

                  Tempos dinndine morae centri penumbrao

                  in clisco h, 1. 31. 13 h. 1. 2ô. 8


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