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Book Overviews: Top Book, Top Author, Top Genre. The career of the famous man whose name stands at the head of this chapter is one of the most remarkable in the history of human learning. There may have been other discoverers who have done more for science than ever Ptolemy accomplished, but there never has been any other discoverer whose authority on the subject of the movements of the heavenly bodies has held sway over the minds of men for so long a period as the fourteen centuries during which his opinions reigned supreme. Why Must Read Online and Download Books? Get Great Astronomers by Sir Robert S. Ball. Full supports all version of your device, includes PDF, ePub and Kindle version. All books format are mobile-friendly.
His main interest was mathematics and he devoted much of his spare time to his "Screw theory". com Strictly for personal us. He was the son of naturalist Robert Ball and Amelia Gresley Hellicar.
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Sir Robert Stawell Ball FRS (1 July 1840 – 25 November 1913) was an Irish astronomer who founded the screw theory. He was born in Dublin. Ball worked for Lord Rosse from 1865 to 1867. In 1867 he became Professor of Applied Mathematics at the Royal College of Science in Dublin.
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This book consists of the life sketches of the great astronomers from different periods in history and from different fields. The charm of this book is that it is written by a well known astronomer whose books are authority in this field. This book reveals the versatile characters of these great astronomers. It will be interesting to know that each of them questioned the various existing notions of Astronomy and gave a new dimension to the study of Astronomy. The author is very careful in selecting the personalities so that he can make a parallel analysis of the significant turning points in the study of Astronomy. Astronomy; Astronomy and Great Chapters from the Book of Nature. "Ball, Sir Robert Stawell". Hockey, Thomas (2009). The Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers. biographical index/fells indexp1. Ball (1871) Experimental Mechanics: A course of lectures delivered at the Royal College of Science for Ireland from Google books. Ball, Robert Stawell from Askaboutireland. "Robert Stawell Ball". University of St Andrews, Scotland. Retrieved 31 October 2014. Ball (1883) The Boundaries of Astronomy Part I and Part II. ^ See Project Gutenberg.
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