The typical half-moon string of islands, ending in the Moluccas that he established can be found on the planispheres of Pedro Reinel (1517 & 1518) and the Pedro Reinel map of 1519 (Cortesao 1960, v.
The western hemisphere however, the other half of the world, was only shown on globes, the closely-related hemisphere maps, and the large manuscript planispheres.
The planisphere, showing the whole 360-degree world, starts with Reinel's 1519 (Kunstmann IV) map, the 1523 Turin world map, the 1525 Castiglione and Ambrosiana planispheres, and the Weimar I (1527) and Weimar II (1529, Ribeiro) planispheres.
Peuerbach is known to have bought many of the early manuscript planispheres that later ended up in the Armeebibliothek in Munich and that now constitute the corpus of the Kunstmann maps (Cortesao 1960, v.
That latitude deviation in the Americas was corrected in the 1527 map of Maggiolo and the Weimar planispheres of 1527 and 1529 (Kohl 1860, p.
After 1525 neither cabo de lago nor cabo alto appear on maps that reflect the Padron real: the Weimar (1527) or the Weimar (Ribeiro, 1529) planispheres.
The early planispheres of the world do not give a western coast for South (or North) America.
365-648) and also periodically integrated into an overall matrix (or mother) planisphere map of the world (Seville: Padron real).
The Portuguese padrao map is still known in copies and derivatives like the Cantino manuscript world map (1502), King-Hamy planisphere of 1504, Nicola Caveri (or Caverio) of c.
Just as on a modern planisphere, the diurnal passage of the stars is reproduced by rotating the projection, and so as the rete is rotated clockwise, stars are seen to rise in the east and set in the west.
As is the case with a planisphere, the projection must be brought into the correct rotation to represent a particular time and date before it can be used.