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IL "CANDORE LUNARE" E LA DIFESA DEL SISTEMA COPERNICANO IN DUE LETTERE GALILEIANE CONSERVATE PRESSO LA BIBLIOTECA DELL'ISTITUTO E MUSEO DI STORIA DELLA SCIENZA DI FIRENZE

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<title> SUMMARY </title>The Institute and Museum of History of Science of Florence has recently, through the concession of the Regione Toscana, had renewed access to two important documents relating to Galileo: the letter sent from Galileo to Francesco Ingoli in response to the Disputatio de situ et quiete Terrae (1624) and the Lettera sul candore lunare (1640) addressed to Prince Leopoldo de' Medici. This circumstance has permitted a new analysis of these documents, in particular the Lettera sul candore lunare, which provides new evidence concerning the astronomical activies of Galileo during his old age

Affiliations: 1: Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza - Firenze Stante la comune responsabilità del saggio, a S. Casati si deve la stesura del § 1 e a G. Strano quella del § 2.

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2002-01-01
2016-12-05

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