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Reading Immanuel Kant's anonymously published "Natural History and Theory of the Heavens" (1755). Wild, wild stuff. Really cool.
Loose observations when reading, not to be taken for Kant scholarship. Kant observes astronomy hasn't really progressed all that much beyond Huygens and he wants to improve, to present some hypotheses to unify existing astronomical obervations... 2/