A description of helioscopes and some other instruments

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Printed by T.R. for J. Martyn , London
Astronomical instruments -- Early works to
Statementmade by Robert Hooke.
GenreEarly works to 1800.
SeriesLandmarks of science
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ111 .H3, QB86 .H3
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination32 p., I folded leaf of plates
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19572433M

A Description of Helioscopes and Some Other Instruments Issue 3 of Cutlerian lectures Early English Books Online / EEBO: Author: Robert Hooke: Publisher: T.R., Original from: Austrian National Library: Digitized: Length: 32 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. A description of helioscopes and some other instruments made by Robert Hooke, Fellow of the Royal Society.

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4 Robert Hooke, A Description of Helioscopes and Some Other Instruments (John Martyn, London, ), Tabula III. We can date the composition of this text from Hooke's earlier diary; the same source also tracks the printing and publishing of Helioscopes, which, despite the proleptic imprint, was ready to be distributed to friends, including.

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Published: () A Description of helioscopes, and some other instruments / by: Hooke, Robert Published: (). Helioscope definition, a telescope for viewing the sun, adapted to protect the eye of the viewer from the sun's glare.

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London. Jackson, T. (   An excerpt from Hooke’s manuscript “A description of helioscopes, and some other instruments”. The arch is one of the fundamental building blocks in architecture. Used in bridges, cathedrals, doorways, etc., arches provide an aesthetic quality to the structures they dwell within.

Abstract. When a body of material is subjected to a set of forces, either or both of two things may happen. The body may experience motion as a whole (and this may be either translational or rotational motion, or both) or its various particles may experience motion with respect to each the latter case we speak of a motion of a body as a whole is outside the purview of.

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In this condition, the pressure surface with zero hoop stresses represents the extension to the three-dimensional case of the problem of the catenary. This analytical approach is adopted in the paper first to. ‘I might a week after, when the Moon was gone farther off, inquire what that Star was which I found to be that in Bayer, touching the Ecliptick, in about 21 o.

40’. of Cancer’, in Robert Hooke, A Description of Helioscopes and Some Other Instruments (London: Printed by T. for John Martyn Printer to the Royal Society, ), p. Author of Micrographia or Some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies, Lectures De potentia restitutiva, Lampas, or, Descriptions of some mechanical improvements of lamps & waterpoises, Lectures and collections, Posthumous works, containing his Cutlerian lectures, and other discourses, A description of helioscopes and some other instruments, Lectures de potentia restitutiva, or, Of.

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Robert Hooke (–) was a polymath who made important contributions to respiratory physiology and many other scientific areas.

With Robert Boyle, he constructed the first air pump that allowed measurements on small animals at a reduced atmospheric pressure and this started the discipline of high altitude physiology.

The first recorded use of the term universal joint for this device was by Hooke inin his book Helioscopes. He published a description inresulting in the use of the term Hooke's joint in the English-speaking world. Robert Hooke A Description of Helioscopes and some other Instruments (London: J.

Martyn for the Royal Society ), p. 31; the next page contains the famous “Hooke’s Law”: “ ut pondus sic tensio.” I consulted the copy in the Bibliothèque Nationale del France, Paris, in .A Description of helioscopes and some other instruments made by Robert Hooke, () An Attempt to prove the motion of the Earth, from observations made by Robert Hooke.↑ Robert Hooke, A Description of Helioscopes, and Some Other Instruments (London, England: John Martyn, ), p.

From p. "The Universal Joynt for all these manner of Operations, having not had time to describe the last Exercise, I shall now more particularly explain.".