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1740 Johann Gabriele Doppelmayr
Motus Planetarum Superiorum qui secundum Tychonis Hypothesin singulis per lineas spirales exempli loco in primo Seculi XVIII triente geometricè . . .
Interesting image of the orbits of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, based upon the model of Tycho Brahe, as observed from Earth for the years 1712 and 1713.
The chart also shows the geocentric path of the sun and planets around earth. Smaller hemispheres at the upper edges explain the regressive movements of the planets with long explanations in the two lower hemispheres. The sheet is embellished with cherubs, representing the planets, prancing through the heavens.