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Ibn Abī al‐Shukr (Arabic: ابن ابي الشكر‎‎; died 1283 CE) was an Andalusī astronomer, astrologer and mathematician of the Islamic Golden Age. He belonged to the group of astronomers associated with the Maragheh observatory, most notably Nasir al-Din al-Tusi. In astronomy, Ibn Abi al-Shukr carried out a large‐scale project of systematic planetary observations, which led to the development of several new astronomical parameters. He died in Maragheh in modern-day Iran in June 1283 CE.

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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) يحيى بن محمد ابن أبي الشكر (توفي في مراغة 1283 ميلادية) هو عالم فلك ورياضيات أندلسي من أهل قرطبة. وهو من علماء العصر الذهبي للإسلام. كان ابن أبي الشكر من العلماء الذين ارتبط اسمهم بمرصد مراغة مثل نصير الدين الطوسي. وقد قام ابن أبي الشكر بمشروع ضخم للرصد المنتظم للكواكب، وهو ما قاد إلى تطوير بارامترات فلكية جديدة. لقبه البعض بالحكيم المغربي.
  • Ibn Abī al‐Shukr (em árabe: ابن ابي الشكر; d. 1283 d.C.) foi um astrônomo, astrólogo e matemático andalusī da Idade de Ouro do Islã. Pertenceu ao grupo de astrônomos associados ao observatório Maragheh, mais notavelmente ao Nasir al-Din al-Tusi. Em astronomia, Ibn Abi al-Shukr realizou um projeto de grande escala de observações planetárias sistemáticas, que levou ao desenvolvimento de vários parâmetros astronômicos novos. Morreu em Maragheh no atual Irã em junho de 1283 d.C.
  • Ibn Abī al‐Shukr (Arabic: ابن ابي الشكر‎‎; died 1283 CE) was an Andalusī astronomer, astrologer and mathematician of the Islamic Golden Age. He belonged to the group of astronomers associated with the Maragheh observatory, most notably Nasir al-Din al-Tusi. In astronomy, Ibn Abi al-Shukr carried out a large‐scale project of systematic planetary observations, which led to the development of several new astronomical parameters. He died in Maragheh in modern-day Iran in June 1283 CE.
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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) يحيى بن محمد ابن أبي الشكر (توفي في مراغة 1283 ميلادية) هو عالم فلك ورياضيات أندلسي من أهل قرطبة. وهو من علماء العصر الذهبي للإسلام. كان ابن أبي الشكر من العلماء الذين ارتبط اسمهم بمرصد مراغة مثل نصير الدين الطوسي. وقد قام ابن أبي الشكر بمشروع ضخم للرصد المنتظم للكواكب، وهو ما قاد إلى تطوير بارامترات فلكية جديدة. لقبه البعض بالحكيم المغربي.
  • Ibn Abī al‐Shukr (em árabe: ابن ابي الشكر; d. 1283 d.C.) foi um astrônomo, astrólogo e matemático andalusī da Idade de Ouro do Islã. Pertenceu ao grupo de astrônomos associados ao observatório Maragheh, mais notavelmente ao Nasir al-Din al-Tusi. Em astronomia, Ibn Abi al-Shukr realizou um projeto de grande escala de observações planetárias sistemáticas, que levou ao desenvolvimento de vários parâmetros astronômicos novos. Morreu em Maragheh no atual Irã em junho de 1283 d.C.
  • Ibn Abī al‐Shukr (Arabic: ابن ابي الشكر‎‎; died 1283 CE) was an Andalusī astronomer, astrologer and mathematician of the Islamic Golden Age. He belonged to the group of astronomers associated with the Maragheh observatory, most notably Nasir al-Din al-Tusi. In astronomy, Ibn Abi al-Shukr carried out a large‐scale project of systematic planetary observations, which led to the development of several new astronomical parameters. He died in Maragheh in modern-day Iran in June 1283 CE.
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