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Cassini, Giovanni Domenico Jacques Cassini was the son of Giovanni Cassini
Cassini, Giovanni Domenico Zucchi’s astronomical observations helped Cassini to prove the rotation of Mars
Kepler, Johannes Correspondence between Guldin and Kepler
Cassini, Jacques César-François Cassini was the son of Jacques Cassini
Galilei, Galileo Inchofer 's name appears in a committee during Galilei 's second trial
Descartes, René Noël tutored Descartes for three years and retained a friendship with him
Pascal, Blaise Noël argued with Pascal over the vacuum
Newton, Isaac Zallinger zum Thurn was a recognized authority on Newton’s theory of gravitation
Maurolico, Francesco Torres was friends with Maurolico
Newton, Isaac Pardies was in scholarly contact with Newton
Huygens, Christiaan Pardies ' work was appreciated by Huygens
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Pardies ' work was appreciated by Leibnitz
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz published astronomical observations that Jartoux had made in China in the Acta Eruditorum
Kepler, Johannes Correspondence between Ziegler and Kepler on astronomy and chronology
Huygens, Christiaan Correspondence between Tacquet and Huygens
Boyle, Robert Line engaged in a controversy with Boyle over the vacuum
Kepler, Johannes Correspondence between Cysat and Kepler
Descartes, René Makó followed the ideas of Descartes in his investigations into differential and integral calculus
Empress Maria Theresa Empress Maria Theresa made Makó royal advisor
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Correspondence between Bouvet and Leibniz