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Eclipses in the Middle East from the Late Medieval Islamic Period to the Early Modern Period. Part 1: The observation of six lunar eclipses from the Late Medieval Islamic Period

@article{Mozaffari2013EclipsesIT,
  title={Eclipses in the Middle East from the Late Medieval Islamic Period to the Early Modern Period. Part 1: The observation of six lunar eclipses from the Late Medieval Islamic Period},
  author={S. Mohammad Mozaffari},
  journal={Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage},
  year={2013},
  volume={16},
  pages={312-324}
}
  • S. Mozaffari
  • Published 1 November 2013
  • Physics
  • Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage
This paper deals with the analysis of data obtained from observations of two sets of three lunar eclipses in the Late Medieval Islamic Period. The first trio consists of the lunar eclipses of 7 March 1262, 7 April 1270 and 24 January 1274, observed by Muḥyī al-Dīn al-Maghribī from the Maragha Observatory (in north-western Iran), and the second includes those of 2 June and 26 November 1406, and 22 May 1407, observed by Jamshīd Ghiyāth al-Dīn alKāshī from Kāshān (in central Iran). The results are… 

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