Frontmatter
Book One
Book Two
Book Three
Book Four
Book Five
Chapter 1 The revolutions and mean motions
279.Folio 133 verso
280.Folio 134 recto
281.Folio 134 verso
282.Folio 135 recto
Saturn's parallactic motion in years and periods of 60 years
Saturn's parallactic motion in days, periods of 60 days, and fractions of days
Jupiter's parallactic motion in years and periods of 60 years
Jupiter's parallactic motion in days, periods of 60 days, and fractions of days
Mars' parallactic motion in years and periods of 60 years
Mars' parallactic motion in days, periods of 60 days, and fractions of days
Venus' parallactic motion in years and periods of 60 years
Venus' parallactic motion in days, periods of 60 days, and fractions of days
Mercury's parallactic motion in years and periods of 60 years
Chapter 2 The planets uniform and apparent motion, as explained by the theory of the ancients
Chapter 3 General explanation of the apparent nonuniformity caused by the Earth's motion
Chapter 4 In what ways do the planets' own motions appear nonuniform?
Chapter 5 Derivations of Saturn's motion
Chapter 6 Three other more recently observed oppositions of Saturn
Chapter 7 Analysis of Saturn's motion
Chapter 8 Determining Saturn's places
Chapter 9 Saturn's parallaxes arising from the Earth's annual revolution, and Saturn's distance [from the Earth]
Chapter 10 Expositions of Jupiter's motion
Chapter 11 Three other more recently observed oppositions of Jupiter
Chapter 12 Confirmation of Jupiter's uniform motion; Chapter 13 determining the places of Jupiter's motion
Chapter 14 Determining Jupiter's parallaxes, and its height in relation to the Earth's orbital revolution
Chapter 15 The planet Mars
Chapter 16 Three other more recently observed oppositions of planet Mars
Chapter 17 Confirmation of Mars' motion; Chapter 18 determining Mars' places
Chapter 19 The size of Mars' orbit in units whereof the Earth's annual orbit is one unit
Chapter 20 The planet Venus
Chapter 21 The ratio of the Earth's and Venus orbital diameters
Chapter 22 Venus twofold motion
Chapter 23 Analyzing Venus motion
Chapter 24 The places of Venus' anomaly; Chapter 25 Mercury
Chapter 26 The place of Mercury's higher and lower apsides
Chapter 27 The size of Mercury's eccentricity, and the ratio of its circles
Chapter 28 Why Mercury's elongations at about the side of a hexagon look bigger than the elongations occuring at perigee
Chapter 29 Analysis of Mercury's mean motion
Chapter 30 More recent observations of Mercury's motions
Chapter 31 Determining Mercury's places; Chapter 32 An alternative account of approach and withdrawal
Chapter 33 Tables of the prosthaphaereses of the five planets
Chapter 34 How to compute the longitudinal places of these five planets
Chapter 35 The stations and retrogradations of the five planets
Chapter 36 How the times, places, and arcs of retrogression are determined
Book Six