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#208 Powertool tuesday, working on metal cages for the bois cordé project in les Grands Ateliers de l'Isle d'Abeau.

#208 Powertool tuesday, working on metal cages for the bois cordé project in les Grands Ateliers de l'Isle d'Abeau.

#183 A few weeks ago, the day after coming home from the study trip to Denmark, J moved out from my kitchen.

#183 A few weeks ago, the day after coming home from the study trip to Denmark, J moved out from my kitchen.

Mechanical Planetary Models - Google keresés

Mechanical Planetary Models - Google keresés

Orrery in the Whipple Museum, Cambridge ~ by hchalkley, via Flickr

Orrery in the Whipple Museum, Cambridge ~ by hchalkley, via Flickr

Gyro Stool by XYZ Integrated Architecture

Gyro Stool by XYZ Integrated Architecture

Google Image Result for http://www.marinersmuseum.org/sites/default/files/images/orrery.jpg

Google Image Result for http://www.marinersmuseum.org/sites/default/files/images/orrery.jpg

Made by Richard Melbourne in London during 1631, this brass astrolabe enabled explorers/sailors to identify their position based on how the sky looked during a specific time. This allowed men to orient themselves in unknown places. As physics progressed, this invention came about during an age of exploration and guided Europeans towards every corner of the globe. Without scientists solving more complex math problems, items like this would cease to exist.

Made by Richard Melbourne in London during 1631, this brass astrolabe enabled explorers/sailors to identify their position based on how the sky looked during a specific time. This allowed men to orient themselves in unknown places. As physics progressed, this invention came about during an age of exploration and guided Europeans towards every corner of the globe. Without scientists solving more complex math problems, items like this would cease to exist.

Armillary Sphere and Clock -Rosenborg Castle ~1572

Armillary Sphere and Clock -Rosenborg Castle ~1572

This astrolabe was made in Germany in the 17th century, a time when astrolabes were already on the verge of decline in the West. It is remarkable for its fanciful stellar markers (usually just sharp pointers, for the sake of precision) and for including the comet of 1618 and the novae of 1572, 1600, and 1604.  (Adler Collections, M-34.)

This astrolabe was made in Germany in the 17th century, a time when astrolabes were already on the verge of decline in the West. It is remarkable for its fanciful stellar markers (usually just sharp pointers, for the sake of precision) and for including the comet of 1618 and the novae of 1572, 1600, and 1604. (Adler Collections, M-34.)

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