The Copernicus Explain'd: Or, A Brief Account of the Nature and Use of an Universal Astronomical Instrument, for the Calculation and Exhibition of New and Full Moons, and of Eclipses, Both Solar and Lunar; with the Places Heliocentrical and Geocentrical of All the Planets, Primary and Secondary, &c

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publisher not identified, 1715 - Astronomical instruments - 55 pages
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