(The TQCC of Centaurus is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
From the History of Science to the History of Knowledge – and Back31
Two Lunar Texts of the Achaemenid Period from Babylon22
The Analogy between Light and Sound in the History of Optics from the Ancient Greeks to Isaac Newton. Part 118
Technological Trajectories in the Making: Two Case Studies from the Contemporary History of Wind Power15
Portable Sundials in Antiquity, including an Account of a New Example from Aphrodisias13
Tension and Potential from Ohm to Kirchhoff12
Fragments from Archimedes in Heron's Mechanics11
Heron of Alexandria's Date11
The History of Wilhelm Johannsen's Genetical Terms and Concepts from the Period 1903 to 192611
Theory from Wind Tunnels: Empirical Roots of Twentieth Century Fluid Dynamics10
Fun and fear: The banalization of nuclear technologies through display10
Reconceptualizing chemical elements through the construction of the periodic system9
The "days in excess" from MUL.APIN On the "first intercalation" and "water clock" schemes from MUL.APIN8
The Analogy between Light and Sound in the History of Optics from the ancient Greeks to Isaac Newton. Part 2†8
New Indian Values of ? from the M?nava S�lba S?tra8
On the Babylonian Lunar Theory: A Construction of Column ? from Horizontal Observations7
The periodic system and the idea of a chemical element: From Mendeleev to superheavy elements7
How to have narrative‐flipping history in a pandemic: Views of/from Latin America7
Chemical pedagogy and the periodic system7
A Statistical Method for Recovering Unknown Parameters from Medieval Astronomical Tables6
Institutionalizing the Statistics of Nationality in Prussia in the 19th Century (from local bureaucracy to state-level census of population)6
Asian tigers and the Chinese dragon: Competition and collaboration between sentinels of pandemics from SARS to COVID‐196
The Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies from Faraday to Hertz6
Making fun of the atom: Humor and pleasant forms of anti‐nuclear resistance in the Iberian Peninsula, 1974–19845
Values and periodicity: Mendeleev's reception of the equations of Mills, Chicherin, and Vincent5
A Treatise on Number Theory from a Tenth Century Arabic Source5
“I was stealing some skulls from the bone chamber when a bigamist cleric stopped me.” Karl Ernst von Baer and the development of physical anthropology in Europe4
How Newton Went from a Mathematical Model to a Physical Model for the Problem of a First Power Resistive Force4
A Star Table from Medieval Yemen4
Listening through the Iron Curtain: RFE and Polish Radio in the “fog of war”4
“Banishing the atom pile bogy”: Exhibiting Britain's first nuclear reactor4
A Summary of the Derivation of the Parameters in the Commentariolus from the Alfonsine Tables with an Appendix on the Length of the Tropical Year in Abraham Zacuto's Almanach Perpetuum4
The Rockefeller Foundation and the Post-WW2 Transnational Ecology of Science Policy: from Solitary Splendor in the Inter-war Era to a ‘Me Too’ Agenda in the 1950s4
“If You Tilt This Game, Will It Explode?”: The politics of nuclear display at the New York Hall of Science (1966–1973)4
Cold War atmosphere: Distorted information and facts in the case of Free Europe balloons4
Commentary 01 on Rosen 19574
Crafting Europe from CERN to Dubna: Physics as diplomacy in the foundation of the European Physical Society4
Nikolai Vavilov in the years of Stalin's ‘Revolution from Above’ (1929-1932)4
Radio waves, memories, and the politics of everyday life in socialist Romania: The case of Radio Free Europe4
The periodic system: The (multiple) values of an icon4