A representation of the constellations of Aquila the Eagle, and the no longer recognized Antinous, created by the Emperor Hadrian for his dead lover, from the 'Uranometria' of Johann Bayer, published 1603, and engraved by Alexander Mair. This was the first modern Western star atlas based on new astronomy of Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler. | Stock Photo #4351-592

Stock Photo #4351-592, A representation of the constellations of Aquila the Eagle, and the no longer recognized Antinous, created by the Emperor Hadrian for his dead lover, from the

Stock Photo - A representation of the constellations of Aquila the Eagle, and the no longer recognized Antinous, created by the Emperor Hadrian for his dead lover, from the 'Uranometria' of Johann Bayer, published 1603, and engraved by Alexander Mair. This was the first modern Western star atlas based on new astronomy of Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler.
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