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Modern replica of the Antikythera Mechanism, a Hellenistic astronomical computer, on display in room 38 of the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Modern replica of the Antikythera Mechanism, a Hellenistic astronomical computer, on display in room 38 of the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

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Sketch showing the complex assemblage of gears in the Antikythera mechanism

A new study of the world famous Antikythera mechanism has revealed fascinating new information about the puzzling artifact, including that the maths used for its eclipse prediction appears to be based

Antikythera mechanism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Replica of the Antikythera Instrument: Based on the research of Professor Derek de Solla Price, in collaboration with the National Scientifi.

The Noble Collection: The Classic Sextant

love love the lenses.i would like to contract Zeiss to make me an exquisite piece.The Classic Sextant from the Noble Collection

Astrolabe

Divination and Oracles ☽ Navigating the Mystery ☽ The Astrolabe is a very ancient astronomical tool used for calculating astrological charts.

A theodolite is a precision instrument for measuring angles in the horizontal and vertical planes. Theodolites are used mainly for surveying applications, and have been adapted for specialized purposes in fields like metrology and rocket launch technology.:

Theodolite: precision instrument for measuring angles in the horizontal and vertical planes.

Handcrafted Grand Orrery, Clockwork Solar System Model

This lovely orrery mirrors the style of the Grand Orreries commissioned in the…

Reconstruction of the Antikythera mechanism, a calendar computing device from the 2nd century BC found in a shipwreck off Antikythera, Greece

Reconstruction of the Antikythera mechanism, a calendar computing device from the century BC found in a shipwreck off Antikythera, Greece

Earth globe inside a glass globe of the night sky from 1824

Earth globe inside a glass globe of the night sky from 1824

1824 "cosmosphere", a printed terrestrial globe, set inside a revolving glass celestial globe. It was invented by Dr William Muller, a major of the Royal Hanoverian Engineers from Woolwich, and made by the Cary brothers.

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