Changes in the Cloud Belts of Jupiter, 1630–1664, as Reported in the 1665 Astronomia Reformata of Giovanni Battista Riccioli

@article{Graney2010ChangesIT,
  title={Changes in the Cloud Belts of Jupiter, 1630–1664, as Reported in the 1665 Astronomia Reformata of Giovanni Battista Riccioli},
  author={Christopher M. Graney},
  journal={Open Astronomy},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={265 - 271}
}
  • Christopher M. Graney
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • Open Astronomy
  • Abstract A translation of a section from the 1665 Astronomia Reformata of G. B. Riccioli discussing the appearance of the disk of Jupiter during the years 1630-1664; changes in the Jovian cloud belts as recorded by a variety of observers are a major feature of Riccioli’s discussion. 

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