Chang Heng










Zhang Heng was an astronomer, mathematician, inventor, artist, poet and literary scholar of the Eastern Han Dynasty in ancient China. He explained eclipses, provided the best star map, proposed the square root of 10 for π and invented the odometer and the first seismograph for which he was most famous in the west. He was already an accomplished writer at twelve and had published several well recognized literary writings.

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