1589 in science
|1589 in science|
The year 1589 in science and technology included a number of events, some of which are listed here.
- Giovanni Antonio Magini's Novæ cœlestium orbium theoricæ congruentes cum observationibus N. Copernici is published in Venice, presenting a geocentric system of celestial spheres in opposition to the Copernican model.
- Establishment of a botanical garden in Basel.
- Publication of Richard Hakluyt's The Principal Navigations, Voiages, Traffiques and Discoueries of the English Nation begins.
- Publication of Oswald Gabelchover's Artzneybuch in Tübingen. This medical textbook will go through at least eight editions.
- Baldo Angelo Abati : De admirabili viperae natura et de mirificis eiusdem facultatibus published at Urbino.
- July 3 : Johann Georg Wirsung, German anatomist (died 1643).
- January – Thomas Penny, English botanist and entomologist (born 1530)
- April 7 – Julius Caesar Aranzi, Italian anatomist (born 1530)
- Probable date – Bernard Palissy, French ceramicist and hydraulic engineer (born c. 1510)