1575 in science
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- Cornelius Gemma is credited with publishing the first scientific illustration of the aurora, in his discussion of the 1572 supernova.
- First publication of Ambroise Paré's collected works, Les oeuvres de M. Ambroise Paré, in Paris, including some of the earliest descriptions of forensic medicine.
- University of Oklahoma Libraries, History of Science Collections, Recent Acquisitions, "The First Book Printed on Tycho Brahe's Printing Press at Uraniborg: Diarium, 1586," The Lynx 2 (November 2005), p. 9 online with Gemma's illustration.
- Cornelius Gemma: Cosmology, Medicine and Natural Philosophy in Renaissance Louvain conference proceedings.