Johanne Kepler's "Harmonice mundi" was planned in 1599 as a sequel
to the "Mysterium cosmographicum." In 1618 Kepler discovered the
third law of planetary motion relating to the periodic times of the
planets to their mean distances from the sun - a crowning
achievement that enabled him to bring the "Harmonice mundi" to
completeion. The authors have presented and interpreted Kepler's
Latin text to readers of English, by putting it into "the kind of
clear but earnest language which we suppose Kepler would have used
if he had been writing today."
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