Networks in the transmission of astrological knowledge in 17th century Europe and America

My research examines the vehicles of astrological images (books, maps, diagrams, artifacts) and its networks in Europe and the Americas, which result from seventeenth and eighteenth-century discussions on geocentrism and heliocentrism. I am particularly interested in studying the communication by which scholars in both continents informed their observations and developed their interpretations of the sky, the time, and human's life in the now interconnected world, by putting in conversation the European interest in mapping the world together with its inhabitants (e.g. physiognomy), and the development of a scientific Christian cosmology in the Spanish America.