THREE TREATISES ON COPERNICAN THEORY
Universally regarded as a founder of modern astronomy, Copernicus wrote in Latin, and his works were unavailable in English until the publication of this 1939 translation, republished here. This three-part collection consists of Commentariolus; Narratio Prima; and The Letter Against Werner.
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