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It was only in 225 BC that the astrolabe was invented in Greece and became one of the most influential objects across the globe Everything about this stunning object including its name appears unfamiliar at first sight Silke Ackermann said curator British Museum But for me just gazing at it is a sheer delight Unfortunately nobody knows exactly when the astrolabe was turned into an instrument However there were so many scholars who wrote about it various essays that explain the uses of the astrolabe Moreover The first vital writer on the projection was the famous Claudius Ptolemy who wrote extensively about it and renames it as the Planisphaerium In his essays there are many enticing hints in Claudius writing that indicated he may have had own an instrument that could arguably be called an astrolabe Claudius Ptolemy also purified the fundamental of geometry and the Earth-Sun system that is used to design astrolabes Through the years the astrolabe continued to spread to so many cultures around the world and people understanding the right way of using it The astrolabe is formed in images from two circular even disks level his normally the copper industrializes from yellowish and Qatar ranges them between 75 and 25 poisons One of those two disks a map star-shaped Ali appears her the bright stars through designating indicators called of courage of water as course appears each of the sun and the planets The last disk engraved in such a manner that way of the head and the horizon and lines of the length appears designating lines of demonstration branded As for parts of the astrolabe so the ring is formed from and the relationship names and she is which the astrolabe gets stuck in her to taking of the rise and the observation The plates And she is round disks differ her number from astrolabe to other and ranges from three to more than ten plates perforated
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