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One of 29 double-folio plates digitized from Andreas Cellarius' Harmonia Macrocosmica. The second edition was published in 1661 and is a celestial atlas of the Ptolomaic, Copernican, and Tychonic world systems.
Amstelodami, apud Joannem Janssonium, 1661
Digital images were created with a Leica S1 Pro digital scanning camera, equipped with a Hasselblad CFi 50mm f/4 lens. Lighting was provided by Kaiser Softlite ProVision 6 x 55W flourescent 5400K daylight. Exposures were made at f/11, spatial resolution was approximately 5140 x 4800 pixels. Files were saved as TIFF, display images were converted to JPEG with a spatial resolution of 800 x 750 pixels.
Harmonia macrocosmica seu Atlas universalis et novus
Is Part Of: Harmonia Macrocosmica
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Source Physical Dimensions
50cm x 70cm
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