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New Exhibit Showcases 'Beautiful Science'

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New Exhibit Showcases 'Beautiful Science'

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New Exhibit Showcases 'Beautiful Science'

New Exhibit Showcases 'Beautiful Science'

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The zodiacal constellation Leo, from John Flamsteed's 1776 Atlas Celeste. The Huntington Library hide caption

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The zodiacal constellation Leo, from John Flamsteed's 1776 Atlas Celeste.

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A new exhibit at California's Huntington Library showcases centuries of diagrams covering everything from anatomy to astronomy. "Beautiful Science: Ideas that Changed the World" collects original drawings from scientists such as Galileo, Darwin and Robert Hooke.

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