Beijing Observatory Instruments

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published on 21 July 2020

A c. 1877 CE photograph of the remains of instruments at Beijing's Observatory. Astronomy evolved in 16th-17th century CE China as a result of the introduction of scientific ideas by Jesuit missionaries such as Ferdinand Verbiest (1623-88 CE),

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