Working as an astronomer in Rhodes, I invented instruments involving graduated circles that allowed me to catalogue the celestial coordinates of 800 stars.
My main astronomical discovery was the precession of the equinoxes but I also improved estimates of the sizes and distances of the sun and moon...despite my rejection of Aristarchus' proposed suncentered planetary system.
I "redid" Eratosthenes geographical work by more precisely estimating latitudes and longitudes for a given position.
And, I basically founded trigonometry via my computation of a table of sines via a table of chords of angles ranging from 0^{o} to 180^{o}....which included the discovery of common trig identities.
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Hipparchus (190 BC  120 BC)
