Jan 28, 2016

Ancient Babylonian astronomers used calculus to find Jupiter 1,400 years before Europeans - Science - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

An analysis of five ancient tablets reveals the Babylonians calculated the position of Jupiter using geometric techniques almost 1,500 years earlier than first thought.

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