Kidinnu

astronomer and mathematician who may have discovered the precession of the equinoxes, the slow rotation of the Earth`s axis that results in slight ... [2 related articles]
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Kidinnu

[crater] Kidinnu is an impact crater on the Moon`s far side. It lies to the south of the crater H. G. Wells and to the southeast of Cantor. This is a somewhat unevenly formed crater with an outer rim that forms a rounded polygon. The inner wall varies in width, with the narrowest stretch along the outward-bulging northeast. There are no cra...
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Kidinnu

Kidinnu (also Kidunnu) (fl. 4th century BC? possibly died 14 August 330 BC) was a Chaldean astronomer and mathematician. Strabo of Amaseia called him Kidenas, Pliny the Elder Cidenas, and Vettius Valens Kidynas. Some cuneiform and classical Greek and Latin texts mention an astronomer with this name, but it is not clear if they all refer to the sam...
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