2 edition of Results of the astronomical observations ... 1864. found in the catalog.
Results of the astronomical observations ... 1864.
Royal Greenwich Observatory.
Written in English
Extracted from the Greenwich Observations, 1864.
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Although this notoriety was to be terminal to his general standing among the astronomical community, some useful astronomical observations continued. Left to his own devices, his career as an amateur astronomer probably culminated in the publishing between . Citation reads: “Raffaello Lena (b. ) is an Italian lunar observer. He founded Selenology Today, a journal that has produced high quality amateur lunar studies. He is the Lunar Domes Coordinator of the British Astronomical Association”.
On verso: correspondence. (W) Miscellaneous astronomical observations, 8 pages, circa s. (W) Miscellaneous notes, 4 pages and 1 graph, circa (WW) My own theory compared with Emerson, 1 page, undated. Sunspot observations are available in fairly good numbers since , after the invention of the telescope. This review is concerned with those sunspot observations of which longer records and drawings in particular are available. Those records bear information beyond the classical sunspot numbers or group sunspot numbers. We begin with a brief summary on naked-eye sunspot .
This book contains the first detailed study of the use of ancient and medieval astronomical observations in order to investigate the moon’s secular acceleration from its discovery by Halley to the establishment of the magnitude of the acceleration by Richard Dunthorne, Tobias Mayer and Jérôme Lalande in the s and : Springer New York. "Take note, theologians, that in your desire to make matters of faith out of propositions relating to the fixity of sun and earth you run the risk of eventually having to condemn as heretics those who would declare the earth to stand still and the sun to change position -- eventually, I say, at such a time as it might be proved that the earth moves and the sun stands still.".
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