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Candido del Buono (22 July 1618, Florence – 19 September 1676, Campoli) was an Italian scientific instrument maker. Candido del Buono, a Florentine priest, attended Famiano Michelini's (1604–1665) mathematics lectures with his brother Paolo Del Buono (1625-1659). Del Buono was the Chamberlain of the Hospital of Santa Maria Nuova in Florence and a member of the Accademia del Cimento, where he presented several instruments of his invention. He invented an aerometer and constructed a device to measure the density of vapor. There is no clear documentary evidence of whether he or his other brother was the inventor of the arcicanna, a complex system that solved some typical problems of large telescopes in the second half of the 17th century.

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  • Candido del Buono (22 July 1618, Florence – 19 September 1676, Campoli) was an Italian scientific instrument maker. Candido del Buono, a Florentine priest, attended Famiano Michelini's (1604–1665) mathematics lectures with his brother Paolo Del Buono (1625-1659). Del Buono was the Chamberlain of the Hospital of Santa Maria Nuova in Florence and a member of the Accademia del Cimento, where he presented several instruments of his invention. He invented an aerometer and constructed a device to measure the density of vapor. There is no clear documentary evidence of whether he or his other brother was the inventor of the arcicanna, a complex system that solved some typical problems of large telescopes in the second half of the 17th century.
  • Candido Del Buono (22 de julio de 1618, Florencia – 19 de septiembre de 1676, Campoli) fue un fabricante de instrumentos científicos italiano.​
  • Candido Del Buono (1618ko uztailaren 22a, Florentzia - 1676ko irailaren 19a, Campoli ) tresna zientifikoen italiar sortzaile bat izan zen.
  • Candido Del Buono (Firenze, 1618 – Campoli in Val di Pesa, 1676) è stato uno scienziato italiano. Sacerdote fiorentino, frequentò con suo fratello Paolo (1625-1659) le lezioni di matematica di Famiano Michelini (1604-1665). Fu Camarlingo dell'Ospedale di Santa Maria Nuova di Firenze e membro dell'Accademia del Cimento, in seno alla quale presentò vari strumenti di sua invenzione. Dai documenti non è chiaro se sia da attribuire a lui, o al fratello , l'invenzione della cosiddetta "arcicanna", un complesso sistema che risolveva alcuni problemi tipici dei cannocchiali di grandi dimensioni della seconda metà del XVII secolo.
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  • Candido del Buono (22 July 1618, Florence – 19 September 1676, Campoli) was an Italian scientific instrument maker. Candido del Buono, a Florentine priest, attended Famiano Michelini's (1604–1665) mathematics lectures with his brother Paolo Del Buono (1625-1659). Del Buono was the Chamberlain of the Hospital of Santa Maria Nuova in Florence and a member of the Accademia del Cimento, where he presented several instruments of his invention. He invented an aerometer and constructed a device to measure the density of vapor. There is no clear documentary evidence of whether he or his other brother was the inventor of the arcicanna, a complex system that solved some typical problems of large telescopes in the second half of the 17th century.
  • Candido Del Buono (22 de julio de 1618, Florencia – 19 de septiembre de 1676, Campoli) fue un fabricante de instrumentos científicos italiano.​
  • Candido Del Buono (1618ko uztailaren 22a, Florentzia - 1676ko irailaren 19a, Campoli ) tresna zientifikoen italiar sortzaile bat izan zen.
  • Candido Del Buono (Firenze, 1618 – Campoli in Val di Pesa, 1676) è stato uno scienziato italiano. Sacerdote fiorentino, frequentò con suo fratello Paolo (1625-1659) le lezioni di matematica di Famiano Michelini (1604-1665). Fu Camarlingo dell'Ospedale di Santa Maria Nuova di Firenze e membro dell'Accademia del Cimento, in seno alla quale presentò vari strumenti di sua invenzione. Dai documenti non è chiaro se sia da attribuire a lui, o al fratello , l'invenzione della cosiddetta "arcicanna", un complesso sistema che risolveva alcuni problemi tipici dei cannocchiali di grandi dimensioni della seconda metà del XVII secolo.
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