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Haemisphaerium stellatum boreale cum subiecto haemisphaerio terrestri

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Series : Astronomy
Year : 1660/61
Unique ID : as.01.0026
Authors : Andreas Cellarius
Issued : Harmonia Macrocosmica
Edition : 1708

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Haemisphaerium stellatum boreale cum subiecto haemisphaerio terrestri. The northern stellar hemisphere, with the terrestrial hemisphere lying underneath taken from the "Harmonia Macrocosmica" atlas by Andreas Cellarius. Hand-colored copper engraving dated to 1660 and reprinted in 1708.


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