Tycho Brahe, Laboratory Design, and the Aim of Science: Reading Plans in Context

@article{Shackelford1993TychoBL,
  title={Tycho Brahe, Laboratory Design, and the Aim of Science: Reading Plans in Context},
  author={Jole Shackelford},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1993},
  volume={84},
  pages={211 - 230}
}
L'agencement architectural des observatoires de Stjerneborg et de Uraniborg a joue un role capital dans l'oeuvre astronomique de Tycho Brahe 

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