Aristarcho

Aristarcho (Ἀρίσταρχος in greco antique, Aristarchus in latino) esseva un astronomo e mathematico grec, nascite in Samos, Grecia. Ille era, secundo Archimedes, le prime persona qui proponeva le modello heliocentric del Systema solar, collocante le Sol, e non le Terra, in le centro del universo cognoscite. Ille scribeva un tractato re le distantias del sol e del luna.[1]

Aristarcho
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Sexo mascule
Nascentia 310 BC (Samos)
Decesso 230 BC (Alexandria ad Egypto)
Occupation Astronomo
Lingua lingua grec ancian
Identificatores
ISNI 0000 0001 1798 0082
VIAF 79398695, 264800368, 125158790738738852518, 281604489
Commons Aristarchus of Samos


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  1. The New Century Classical Handbook; Catherine Avery, redactor; Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York, 1962, p. 156:"Aristarchus of Samos ... Greek astronomer and mathematician ... According to Archimedes, he was the first to maintain the heliocentric theory of the universe ... In his only extant treatise, On the Sizes and Distances of the Sun and Moon, he gave a scientific method to make these measurements."