Book/Printed Material Ephemerides novae motuum coelestium, ab anno vulgaris aeræ mdcxvii-[xxxvi] ex observationibus potissimum Tyc[hon] is Brahei, hypothesibus physicis, & Tabulis Rvdolphinis; ad meridianum vranopyrgicum in freto cimbrico, quem proxime circumstant pragensis, lincensis venetus, romanus...

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Ephemerides novae motuum coelestium, ab anno vulgaris aeræ mdcxvii-[xxxvi] ex observationibus potissimum Tyc[hon] is Brahei, hypothesibus physicis, & Tabulis Rvdolphinis; ad meridianum vranopyrgicum in freto cimbrico, quem proxime circumstant pragensis, lincensis venetus, romanus...
Contributor Names
Kepler, Johannes, 1571-1630.
Bartsch, Jacob, 1600?-1633.
Created / Published
Lincij Austriae, sumptibus authoris, excudebat J. Plancvs [1617]-30.
Subject Headings
-  Ephemerides--Early works to 1800
Notes
-  Title vignette; titles of pt. 2-3 within border of printer's ornaments.
-  Part [1] includes the ephemeris for the year 1618 which has special t.-p., with vignette, and those for the years 1619-1920, which have caption title only.
-  Part 2 has title: Tomi primi Ephemeridvm Ioannis Kepleri pars secunda, ab anno M.DC.XXI ad M.DC.XXVIII...("pars secunda" covered by label : pars prima & secunda)
-  Part 3 has title: Tomi I. Ephemeridvm Ioannis Kepleri pars tertia, complexa annos a M.DC.XXIX in M.DC. XXVI...socia opera clariss. viri dn. Iacobi Bartschii.
-  Parts 2-3 have imprint: Sagani Silesiorvm, in Typographeio ducali, svmptibvs avthoris, 1630.
-  The author's plan to compute the ephemerides for an 80 year period was interrupted by his death.
-  LC copy imperfect: The ephemeris for 1620 (16 leaves) and last leaf of part 3 wanting.
-  LAC ecr 2018-10-19 update (2 cards)
Medium
3 pts. in 1 v. tables, diagrs. 23 x 17 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
QB7 .K4
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/General.27112.1
Library of Congress Control Number
45027112
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Title vignette; titles of pt. 2-3 within border of printer's ornaments. Part [1] includes the ephemeris for the year 1618 which has special t.-p., with vignette, and those for the years 1619-1920, which have caption title only. Part 2 has title: Tomi primi Ephemeridvm Ioannis Kepleri pars secunda, ab anno M.DC.XXI ad M.DC.XXVIII...("pars secunda" covered by label : pars prima & secunda) Part 3 has title: Tomi I. Ephemeridvm Ioannis Kepleri pars tertia, complexa annos a M.DC.XXIX in M.DC. XXVI...socia opera clariss. viri dn. Iacobi Bartschii. Parts 2-3 have imprint: Sagani Silesiorvm, in Typographeio ducali, svmptibvs avthoris, 1630. The author's plan to compute the ephemerides for an 80 year period was interrupted by his death. LC copy imperfect: The ephemeris for 1620 (16 leaves) and last leaf of part 3 wanting. LAC ecr 2018-10-19 update (2 cards)
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Kepler, Johannes, and Jacob Bartsch. Ephemerides novae motuum coelestium, ab anno vulgaris aeræ mdcxvii-xxxvi ex observationibus potissimum Tychon is Brahei, hypothesibus physicis, & Tabulis Rvdolphinis; ad meridianum vranopyrgicum in freto cimbrico, quem proxime circumstant pragensis, lincensis venetus, romanus. [Lincij Austriae, sumptibus authoris, excudebat J. Plancvs -30, 1617] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/45027112/.

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Kepler, J. & Bartsch, J. (1617) Ephemerides novae motuum coelestium, ab anno vulgaris aeræ mdcxvii-xxxvi ex observationibus potissimum Tychon is Brahei, hypothesibus physicis, & Tabulis Rvdolphinis; ad meridianum vranopyrgicum in freto cimbrico, quem proxime circumstant pragensis, lincensis venetus, romanus. [Lincij Austriae, sumptibus authoris, excudebat J. Plancvs -30] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/45027112/.

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Kepler, Johannes, and Jacob Bartsch. Ephemerides novae motuum coelestium, ab anno vulgaris aeræ mdcxvii-xxxvi ex observationibus potissimum Tychon is Brahei, hypothesibus physicis, & Tabulis Rvdolphinis; ad meridianum vranopyrgicum in freto cimbrico, quem proxime circumstant pragensis, lincensis venetus, romanus. [Lincij Austriae, sumptibus authoris, excudebat J. Plancvs -30, 1617] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/45027112/>.