Newtonian System of the Universe, 1846

Newtonian System of the Universe, 1846

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Credit: MUSEUM OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE/OXFORD UNIVERSITY IMAGES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: The Newtonian System of the Universe', drawn by Isaac Frost, and using the Baxter Process Colour Print, London, 1846. This plate is taken from Isaac Frost, Two systems of astronomy: first, the Newtonian system, second, the system in accordance with the holy Scriptures (London, 1846). The printing process was patented in 1835 by George Baxter, becoming the first commercially successful method of colour printing.

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