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props - Mechanical celestial and terrestrial globe [brunelluschi, 2014]
Copernican amillary sphere with orrey, early 19thc
Mariner's Armillary Celestial Sphere (Globe)
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A drum orrery by Harris & Co. circa 1820. The globe is labelled, Lane and Co. Benjamin Martin designed the drum type orrery. The mechanical works of this orrery are housed in a brass drum with a central fixed brass sun and articulated mechanical brass armatures mounted with ivory spheres representing nine orbiting bodies: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Ceres, Mars, Pallas Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus. The Earth, Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune are displayed with their separate orbiting moons..
Jan Felkl and Son Planetarium (c. 1900) - Hungarian terrestrial globe with moon, Mercury, Venus, and Mars revolving around the Sun, symbolized by a candle with reflector.
Une destructuration du globe très interessante et qui permet de mettre en valeur le systeme solaire chaque planete pourrait etre une petite boule de feu BRASS ARMILLARY SPHERE