Tweet from Islam & Science (@IslamScienceNet) – Depiction of an observatory in the 15th century

Islam & Science (@IslamScienceNet) Tweeted:
A 15th-century Persian manuscript of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi’s observatory at Maragha depicts astronomers at work teaching astronomy, including how to use an astrolabe. The instrument hangs on the observatory’s wall. https://t.co/fSqfcmoQPq https://twitter.com/IslamScienceNet/status/1145263852889825282?s=17

2 thoughts on “Tweet from Islam & Science (@IslamScienceNet) – Depiction of an observatory in the 15th century

  1. stewjo004

    But according to the kuffar we stopped doing “sciency stuff” after Imam Ghazali (1058-1111 CE) “preached against science” and Genghis Khan (1162-127 CE) destroyed us “beyond repair” and caused an “intellectual downward spiral”. So how can this painting be huh? Riddle me that.

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