A larger version of the Planisheric Astrolabe H32
From the Greek “star searcher” this instrument was introduced in Europe by the Arabs. It became a vital tool for astronomers, astrologers and surveyors. Among other calculations one can establish the height of the Sun, the planets and the stars, determine time and Latitude, measure heights, calculate distances and astrological implications.
After years of study and research Dr. L.H.V. has developed this Astrolabe based in classics. Its precision and aesthetics makes of this instrument, made for 40.4º Latitude, a unique piece.
Planispheric Astrolabe L.H.V. 20
Height: 9.65 inches
Diameter: 7.87 inches
Thickness: 0.28 inches