Planetary Observations, illustration for the Philosophical Transactions, vol. 1 No 14 (1666)


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Figs. A to I, Hooke's observation of Mars, March 1666,
Figs. K to P, Cassini's observation of Mars in March 1666,
Fig. Q, observation of Jupiter, June 1666,
Fig. R, observation of Saturn, June 1666.
Discussed in Robert Hooke, 'The particular observations of the planet Mars, formerly intimated to have been made by Mr Hook in February and March last, Some observations, made in Italy, confirming the former; and withall fixing the period of the said planet's revolution. Observation lately made at London, of the planet Jupiter: as also of Saturn', Phil. Trans. vol. 1 no. 14 (July 1666), 239-248.


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