Islamic Science after the Abbasid Era (Group 2 - 10AM) - Coggle Diagram
Islamic Science after the Abbasid Era (Group 2 - 10AM)
Revolutionary contributions to ;astronomy, maths, chemistry, physics, philosphy & Isma ' ili theology
He is most famous for building an observatory to oversee astronomical connections
Known as one of the greatest Persian scholars. Including Polymath and Prolific writer
He revised numerous topics with Al- Tusi, most notably; "Ibn Sina's medical canon"
In Astronomy, his most famous work was studying "Planetary motions and Ptolemy's principles."
He was a Persian polymath & poet. Most notably a student of "Al-Tusi"
His most famous contributions were to numbers theory and optics.
Additionally, he was the first to give a mathematical explanation to the colors of the rainbow.
He was born in Iran, and mastered maths and physics. He was a student of "Al-Shirazi
He made additions to "Al-Tusi's" astronomical concepts. Which led him to reform them using an empirical critique. Which was a first for a Muslim Scientist
He was from Damascus and specialized in astronomy and math. He was also known as an engineer and an inventor.
Ulugh Beg aka Mirza Muammad Taraghay bin Shahrukh
A vital astronomer and mathematician
Greatest contribution was building the Samarkand observatory
Al-Qushji, Ala al-Din Ali ibn Muhammed
Known for establishing astronomy on physical rather than philosophical bases.
Persian astronomer, mathematician and physicist .
Presented an alternative model for Mercury.
Al-Khafri, Shams al-Din Mu ammad
Iranian theoretical astronomer and religious scholar
Considered to be the best mathematical astronomer planetary theorists
Continued to attempt to find more physically geocentric planetary models.