Galileo, table of observations of the Medicean Planets, from Istoria e Dimostrazioni intorno alle Macchie Solari (History and Demonstration concerning Sunspots), Rome, 1613
The Medicean Planets was the name given to the moons of Jupiter which Galileo discovered with his telescope in 1610. This table of observations was made during the months of April and March, 1613, and is a daily record of the positions of the moons relative to Jupiter.
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