Johannes Kepler's New Astronomy
Part I: On the Relationships of Hypotheses
 Part I, Chapter 1, observing the heavens
 Part I, How long is a Mars year?
 Part I, Equivalence of Hypotheses (Flash)
 Part I, Ptolemy, Copernicus, Brahe equivalence
 Part I, Ptolemy, Copernicus, Brahe equivalence (exaggerated eccentricities)
 Part I, Chapter 3, the equivalence of an epicycle and an eccentric
 Part I, Chapter 4, Copernicus and Ptolemy: doubleepicycle vs equant
 Part I, the Lunatic theory
 Part I, Preztelshaped perceived motion of Mars
 Part I, Ptolemy and Copernicus  method and results
 Part I, the Universe according to Ptolemy
 Part I, Chapter 5, mean vs apparent opposition  first inequality
 Part I, Chapter 6, true heliocentrism
 Part I, everything you wanted to know about mean sun and apparent sun
Part II: The First Inequality, in Imitation of the Ancients
 Part II, standing on the sun (chapters 8 and 15)
 Part II, Chapter 9
 Part II, Chapter 11
 Part II, Nodes and Inclination, chapters 12 and 13, and second technique.
 Part II, chapter 15, Mean Longitude
 Part II, on the Vicarious Hypothesis, chapters 1621
 Part II, Flash Animation for the vicarious hypothesis
 Part II, Chapter 21, May a false hypothesis yield the truth?
Part III: The Second Inequality, the Key to an Astronomy of Physical Causes
 Part III, Chapter 22, the equant is not the earth's center
 Part III, Chapter 23, bisecting the eccentricity
 Part III, watching the earth from Mars, without leaving the earth! (chapter 24)
 Part III, Chapter 30, oval motion
 Part III, Chapter 37, the diameter of power
 Part III, Chapter 38, vis insita
 Part III, Chapter 39  the difficulty of approaching geometry from physics.
 Part III, Chapter 40, measuring area
 Part III, the different anomalies (hires)
 Part III, AreaTime
 Part III, WrapUp
Part IV: The First Inequality, Truly Measured by Kepler's Physical Causes
 Part IV, Chapter 41, three points make a circle?
 Part IV, Chapter 42, determining the eccentricity
 Part IV, Chapter 43, applying areatime to the circle
 Part IV, Chapter 44, the path is not a circle
 Part IV, Chapter 45, proposed noncircular motion
 Part IV, Chapter 46, implementing the oval hypothesis
 Part IV, Chapter 47, applying areatime to the oval
 Part IV, Chapter 48, trying distancetime insted
 Part IV, Chapter 49, back to fundamentals
 Part IV, Chapter 50, six new approaches
 Part IV, Chapter 51, distances determined
 Part IV, Chapter 52, mean sun demolished!
 Part IV, Chapter 54, ratios reconsidered
 Part IV, Chapter 55, the middle course
 Part IV, Chapter 56, making the correct lengths
 Part IV, Chapter 57, magnetism
 Part IV, Chapter 58, correcting the puffcheeked orbit
 Part IV, Chapter 59, measuring elliptical distance with circular area
 Part IV, Chapter 60, the Kepler Problem
Part V: On the Latitudes
 Part V, Chapter 61, nodes
 Part V, Chapter 62, inclination
 Part V, Chapter 63, physical causes of latitude
 Part V, Chapter 64, parallax
 Part V, Chapter 68, the Royal Road
©2007 L.Y.M.
