Make your own Astrolabe

by Dominic Ford

11. Acknowledgements

The model presented in this paper came about initially at the suggestion of Katie Birkwood, Hoyle Project Associate at the Library, St John's College, Cambridge, who wanted a model astrolabe to use in an exhibition, The Way to the Stars: Build Your Own Astrolabe, during the Cambridge Science Festival in 2010 March. I am grateful to Matthew Smith for compiling the list of saints' days shown on the reverse side of the mother.

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Like everything else on this website, these astrolabe kits are © Dominic Ford. However, they are provided for the benefit of amateur astronomers worldwide, and you are welcome to modify and/or redistribute any of the material on this website, under the following conditions: (1) Any item that has an associated copyright text must include that unmodified text in your redistributed version, (2) You must credit me, Dominic Ford, as the original author and copyright holder, (3) You may not derive any profit from your reproduction of material on this website, unless you are a registered charity whose express aim is the advancement of astronomical science, or you have the written permission of the author.

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