JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY was founded in 1970 and is the only journal devoted to the history of astronomy from earliest times to the present, and to history in the service of astronomy. Its subject matter extends to such allied fields as the history of the relevant branches of mathematics and physics, and the use of historical records in the service of astronomy.

Publisher: Science History Publications Ltd.

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Volume 38, Number 1, February 2007

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Celestial Charts and Spherical Triangles: The Unifying Power of Symmetry
pp. 1-14(14)
Authors: Goldstein, Bernard R.; Hon, Giora

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Truth and Propaganda in Images of the Trial of Galileo
pp. 15-29(15)
Author: Lewis, John

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Michael Maestlin and the New Star of 1572
pp. 99-124(26)
Author: Granada, Miguel A.

Essay Review

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Essay Review
pp. 125-129(5)
Author: Kremer, Richard L.

Book Reviews

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Book Reviews
pp. 129-136(8)

Notices of Books

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Notices of Books
pp. 136-138(3)

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