COPERNICUS

, the name of an astronomical instrument, invented by Whiston, to shew the motion and phenomena of the planets, both primary and secondary. It is founded upon the Copernican system, and therefore ealled by his name. |

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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CONVERSION
CONVEX
CONVEXITY
COPERNICAN
COPERNICUS (Nicholas)
* COPERNICUS
COR Caroli
CORBEILS
CORBEL
CORBET
CORDON