Discover the web’s largest collection of textual documents and words written about Johannes Kepler and his works. From online biographies to eBooks and a selection of lessons about the universal laws he discovered.
In this review of Johannes Kepler’s Book Somnium – also known as “The Dream” or Kepler’s posthumous work on lunar astronomy, Samman Fattning describes the background to the book, its context and its main themes.
In his treatise on optics of 1604 Johannes Kepler contrived a new pictorial language that transcended the inherent dichotomy between universal forms and concrete appearances. Read the book by Raz D. Chen-Morris.
The ultimate multimedia journey through the Harmonies of the World BOOK V. Based on texts by Kepler (1619) The Harmony of the World. Trad. Aiton, Duncan, Field. Philadelphia: Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society Vol 209 1997.
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“Welcome Freindly Web browsers! Keplers Mind as seen through his Harmony of the World is here and ready to be rediscovered by the members of all future generations!” – The Animated Harmonices Mundi Website
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Download a free copy of the first ever work of science fiction! In Kepler’s Somnium (the dream), an employee of Tycho Brahe takes a journey to the moon with the help of his bewitched mother in order to study the lunar environment and its inhabitants.
“I commence a sacred discourse, a most true hymn to God the Founder, and I judge it to be piety, not to sacrifice many hecatombs of bulls to Him……and to burn incense of innumerable perfumes and cassia, but first to learn myself, and afterwards to teach others too…
Browse or buy books written by 16th century Astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler. From Kepler’s own words of his “thinking God’s thoughts” whilst discoverering the laws of planetary motion and the Genius mathematician’s own words on his religious beliefs.
Kepler wanted to know how the Solar System works, not just to describe it with mathematical formulas. In Part III of The New Astronomy he searched for and identified the physical causes of planetary motion, illustrated in Keplers Discovery
In 1601 Johannes Kepler became the imperial mathematician to Rudolf II (emperor of the Holy Roman Empire), succeeding Tycho Brahe. Kepler supported the heliocentric theory by Nicolas Copernicus, defending it in his first major work, Mysterium Cosmographicum (1596).
Johannes Kepler was born in Weil der Stadt in southwest Germany. His paternal grandfather, Sebald Kepler, was a respected craftsman who served as mayor of the city; his grandfather was an innkeeper and mayor of the nearby village.
As well as formulating the first Universal Laws and correctly describing the universe in terms of science and math – Polymath Johnan Kepler knocked up a huge list of firsts in a range of fields. Take a look…
Johannes Kepler’s life and work has prompted lots of interest from not only the fields of mathematics and science but also of theology and faith. See a range quotes about Kepler by a variety of people throughout the ages.
Browse or buy a selection of books written about Kepler’s difficult life, and his ground-breaking theories and laws.From accusations of murder to biographies describing the Kepler as the ultimate polymath of all time..