From Pre-Galilean Astronomy to the Hubble Space Telescope and Beyond …

@inproceedings{Dumont2001FromPA,
  title={From Pre-Galilean Astronomy to the Hubble Space Telescope and Beyond …},
  author={S. Dumont},
  year={2001}
}
Technical progress advanced the quality and the extent of observed data, as well as the volume of the observed phenomena. Theoretical concepts were developed to account for these observations. Hence, the depth of ideas and their evolution over a period of four centuries was considerable. As we have said, observations are not the essential subject of this book, devoted as it is precisely to ideas, and more specifically to ideas about the Universe as a whole, about the system of the Universe (or… Expand

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