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Brahe, Tycho: De nova et nullius ævi memoria prius visa Stella, iam pridem Anno à nato CHRISTO 1572, mense Novembrj primùm Constecta, contemplatio mathematica . - København: Lorentz Benedikt, 1573. [Om den nye stjerne].
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Albert Einstein, Karl Schwarzschild and the Schwarzschild Metric. / : Patrick Bruskiewich.
Mathematical-physics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 2012.
A close look at the life and work of Karl Schwarzschild and in particular the Schwarzschild Metric and his two papers from 1916. It is evident that scientists like Riemann and Schwarzschild were looking at gravity as a curving of space long before Einstein and his famous 1916 paper on the Theory of General Relativity. Einstein was definitely not the first physicist to suggest that space-time was curved. Schwarzschild wrote a paper on the subject of the curvature of space in 1900, over fifteen years before Einstein's 1916 paper. Schwarzschild may have been inspired by work by Gauss, but was certainty inspired by the work on the curvature of space done by Riemann. Schwarzschild could expand on Einstein's 1916 paper so readily because he was familiar with the math and physics.
The equation of state perspective to the Schwarzschild model of stellar structure showed a dichotomy between Dr. Kaempffer and Dr. Volkoff. Dr. Kaempffer emphasized the space-time aspect of the model, while Dr. Volkoff emphasized the equation of state aspect of the model. It is understandable why Dr. Volkoff, who is famous for his 1939 paper with J.R. Oppenheimer, and is known for the Oppenheimer-Volkoff equation of state of neutron stars, would place special emphasis on the equation of state aspect of the problem.
Der Almanach perpetuum des Abraham Zacuto: ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Astronomie im Mittelalter (1918, 1478).
Heritage Sites of Astronomy and Archaeoastronomy in the context of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention: A Thematic Study. / : Clive Ruggles and Michel Cotte. - Paris: ICOMOS ; the International Astronomical Union, 2010.
Halley's Comet in History. / : editors F R Stephenson and C B F Walker. British Museum Publications, 1985.
Horrebow, Peder: Elementa doctrinae sphaericae, eller En kort og tilstrækkelig underretning om jord- og himmel-kuglernes brug, uddragen og oversat af vores vidtberømte mathematici, herr professor Peder Horrebows, fortreffelige latinske compendio, til den studerende ungdoms brug og nytte i skolerne udi Danmark og Norge, og, for deres skyld i særdeeleshed, som mangle levende anviisning, forøget med adstillige anmaerkninger og problematibus ved J.H. Trykt hos directeuren over Hans Kongel . Majestaets og Universitaets bogtrykkerie J.J . Høpffner, 1750. - 90 s.
Hubble, Edwin Powell: Photographic investigations of faint nebulae / Fotografiske undersøgelser af svage stjernetåger ().
Parapegmata, Or, Astrology, Weather, and Calendars in the Ancient World, Being an Examination of the Interplay Between the Heavens and the Earth in the Classical and Near-Eastern Cultures of Antiquity, with Particular Reference to the Regulation of Agricultural Practice, and to the Signs and Causes of Storms, Tempests, & c.. A thesis submitted in confonnity with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Instituie for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology. University of Toronto. / Daryn Rosario Lehoux. 2000. - 247 s.
Wright, Thomas: The universe and the stars, being an original theory on the visible creation, founded on the laws of nature.
- Philadelphia, Printed for C. Wetherill, 1837.
'London ed. of 1750 has title: An original theory or new hypothesis of the universe.'