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Albertus Dyblinski
Centuria astronomica in alma Academia et Universitate
Vilnensi.... publica disputationi proposita
Vilnae: typ. Acad. S. I., 1639. [196] p.


Defended astronomical theses by A. Dyblinski (XVIIth C.), who had studied at the Vilnius University. They contain positive reviews about Nicholas Copernicus, and statements based on telescopic observation, to the effect that Mercury and Venus revolve around the Sun.
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Keywords: book XVI XVIII century astronomy historical collection Vilnius Lithuania University Library Sun A. Dyblinski
Copyright: Vilnius University Library
Date: 1639
Place: Vilnius
Country: Lithuania

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