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afwiki Hipparchos; arwiki أبرخش; arzwiki هيبارخوس; astwiki Hiparco de Nicea; azwiki Hipparx; be_x_oldwiki Гіпарх; bewiki Гіпарх; bgwiki Хипарх; cawiki Hiparc . Hiparco de Nicea is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Hiparco de Nicea and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and. . Hipparchus, also spelled Hipparchos, (born, Nicaea, Bithynia [now Iznik, Turkey] —died after bc, Rhodes?), Greek astronomer and mathematician who made .

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This is called its anomalyand it repeats with its own period; the anomalistic month. Ptolemy later measured the lunar parallax directly Almagest V.

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The eccentric model he fitted to these eclipses from his Babylonian eclipse list: The year periodicity is why ds the ancients could conceive of a mean month and quantify it so accurately that it is even today correct to a fraction of a second of time. At the same time he extends the limits of the oikoumenei. List of ancient Greeks. Rawlins Archived 21 May at the Wayback Machine.

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In fact, his astronomical writings were numerous enough that he published an annotated list of them. He made observations of consecutive equinoxes and solstices, but the results were inconclusive: Hipparchus may have visited Alexandria but he did not make his equinox observations there; presumably he was on Rhodes at nearly the same geographical longitude.

With his solar and lunar theories and his trigonometry, he may have been the first to develop a reliable method to predict solar eclipses. Contact our editors with your feedback. If you prefer to suggest your own revision of the article, you can go to edit mode requires login. Rawlins noted that this implies a tropical year of Hipparchus was amongst the first to calculate a heliocentric system[6] but he abandoned his work because the calculations showed the orbits were not perfectly circular as believed to be mandatory by the science of the time.

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He was then in a position to calculate equinox and solstice dates for any year. Ptolemy cites more than 20 observations made there by Hipparchus on specific dates from toas well as three earlier observations from to that may be attributed to him. Lunar parallax View More. Escola de tradutores de Toledo.

It is not known what Hipparchus’s economic means were nor how he supported his scientific activities. His hipatco star catalog was incorporated into the one by Ptolemy, and may be almost perfectly reconstructed by subtraction of two and two thirds nixea from the longitudes of Ptolemy’s stars.

Rawlins’s theory Thurston op. Ptolemy’s catalog in the Almagestwhich is derived from Hipparchus’s catalog, is given in ecliptic coordinates. Please improve this article by removing excessive or inappropriate external links, and converting useful links where hipaarco into footnote references. It was disputed whether the star catalog in the Almagest is due to Hipparchus, but — statistical and spatial analyses by R. Hipparchus apparently made many detailed corrections to the locations and distances mentioned by Eratosthenes.

Hipparchus was in the international news inwhen it was again proposed as in that the data on the celestial globe of Hipparchus or in his star hipatco may have been preserved in the only surviving large ancient celestial globe which depicts the constellations with moderate accuracy, the globe carried by the Farnese Atlas.

Hipparchus seems to have been the first to exploit Babylonian astronomical knowledge and techniques systematically. Thank You for Your Contribution!

In particular, he improved Eratosthenes ‘ values for the latitudes of AthensSicilyand southern extremity of Hipparco. Hipparchus and his predecessors used various instruments for astronomical calculations and observations, such as the gnomonthe astrolabeand the armillary sphere.

With his value for the eccentricity of the orbit, he could compute the least and greatest distances of the Moon too. See also these analyses’ summary Archived 2 April at the Wayback Machine. Hipparchus used two sets of three lunar eclipse observations, which he carefully selected to satisfy the requirements. Early studies lunisolar cycle In calendar: Besides geometry, Hipparchus also used arithmetic techniques developed by the Chaldeans.

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Hipparchus obtained information from Alexandria as well as Babylonbut it is not known when or if he visited these places.

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Nice to Pliny the Elder ad 23—79Hipparchus created a star catalog that assigned names to each star along with his measurements of their positions. Archived from the original on 5 June He tabulated the chords for angles with increments of 7. Parallax is the apparent displacement of an object when viewed from different vantage points. Desde o a. Cyrene Library of Alexandria Platonic Academy.

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Kottak, Conrad Philippe He criticizes Hipparchus for making contradictory assumptions, and obtaining conflicting results Almagest V. The true value hjparco about 60 times. He is believed to have died on the island of Rhodes, where he seems to have spent most of his later life.

Our editors will review what you’ve submitted, and if it meets our criteria, we’ll add it to the article. With these values and simple geometry, Hipparchus could determine the mean distance; because it was computed for a minimum distance of the Sun, it is the maximum mean distance possible for the Moon. Archived from the original on 25 April Pliny also remarks that “he also discovered for what exact reason, although the shadow niparco the eclipse must from sunrise onward be below the earth, it happened once in the past that the Moon was eclipsed in the west while both luminaries were visible above the earth” translation H.

Newton proposed that Hipparchus made an error of a degree in one of the trios’ eclipses. Hipparchus seems to have used a mix of ecliptic coordinates and equatorial coordinates: Guillerme de Occam ca. Hipparchus also wrote critical commentaries on some of his predecessors and contemporaries.