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    Southern hemisphere,celestial and terrestrial,fol.28. From the "Atlas coelestis seu harmonia macrocosmica: scenographia compagnis mundae Brahea" by Gerard Valk (1651-1726)and Pieter Schenk(1660-1719),printed 1708. Coloured engraving.

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    Telescope (16th), Tycho de Brahe's handwritten "Tables of Sines" and the first edition of Copernicus' "Revolutions of the Heavenly Bodies," annotated by Tycho de Brahe.

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    Terrace of Belvedere Castle used by Tycho de Brahe and Johannes Kepler for their astronomical observations Quadrant by Habermehl of Dresden and a small globe.

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Engravings in volume one show Tycho Brahe's instruments in his observatory in Denmark. An armillary sphere.

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Volume I: Tycho Brahe's observatory Uranienborg castle (built 1633) on the Danish island Hven, given to him by Danish king Frederick II.

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Volume I:Tycho Brahe, aged forty, "designer of astronomical instruments" teaching in his observatory Uranienborg castle on the island Hven.

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Engravings in volume one show Tycho Brahe's instruments in his observatory in Denmark. An armillary sphere.

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Engravings in volume one show Tycho Brahe's instruments in his observatory in Denmark. An armillary sphere.

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Volume I: Tycho Brahe's observatory Uranienborg castle (built 1633) on the Danish island Vehn, given to him by Danish king Frederick II.

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Volume I: Tycho Brahe's observatory Uranienborg castle in the Denish island Hven, a present from Danish king Frederick II.

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Engravings in volume one show Tycho Brahe's instruments in his observatory in Denmark. A quadrant.

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