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The sublunary sphere is a concept in Aristotelian physics derived from Greek astronomy. It is the region of the geocentric cosmos below the Moon, consisting of the four classical elements: earth, water, air, and fire. The sublunary sphere was the realm of changing nature. Beginning with the Moon, up to the limits of the universe, everything (to classical astronomy) was permanent, regular and unchanging – the region of aether where the planets and stars are located. Only in the sublunary sphere did the powers of physics hold sway.

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  • Подлунная сфера
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  • The sublunary sphere is a concept in Aristotelian physics derived from Greek astronomy. It is the region of the geocentric cosmos below the Moon, consisting of the four classical elements: earth, water, air, and fire. The sublunary sphere was the realm of changing nature. Beginning with the Moon, up to the limits of the universe, everything (to classical astronomy) was permanent, regular and unchanging – the region of aether where the planets and stars are located. Only in the sublunary sphere did the powers of physics hold sway.
  • Подлунная сфера — одна из концепций древнегреческой астрономии, описаная в трудах Аристотеля. Обозначает область геоцентрической системы мира, расположенную ниже Луны, состоящую из четырёх стихий: земли, воды, воздуха и огня и подверженную постоянным изменениям, в отличие от неизменной сферы эфира, которая простирается от Луны до границ вселенной, и в которой расположены планеты и звёзды.
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  • The sublunary sphere is a concept in Aristotelian physics derived from Greek astronomy. It is the region of the geocentric cosmos below the Moon, consisting of the four classical elements: earth, water, air, and fire. The sublunary sphere was the realm of changing nature. Beginning with the Moon, up to the limits of the universe, everything (to classical astronomy) was permanent, regular and unchanging – the region of aether where the planets and stars are located. Only in the sublunary sphere did the powers of physics hold sway.
  • Подлунная сфера — одна из концепций древнегреческой астрономии, описаная в трудах Аристотеля. Обозначает область геоцентрической системы мира, расположенную ниже Луны, состоящую из четырёх стихий: земли, воды, воздуха и огня и подверженную постоянным изменениям, в отличие от неизменной сферы эфира, которая простирается от Луны до границ вселенной, и в которой расположены планеты и звёзды.
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