Flamsteed, John, 1646 - 1719 (astronomer)
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
An undated photocopy of the account of Sir Isaac Newton of the expenses for printing the astronomical observations of John Flamsteed, dated 8 April 1710.
Three copies of the script for 'Time and its Measurement', a talk narrated by Porter, including two illustrative plays, one of which features Charles II and John Flamsteed. The talk was the second part of the series 'International Services' for the B.B.C. Schools Radio series 'Citizenship'. The first two copies of the script are annotated.
Copies of letters concerning printed copies of astronomical observations made by John Flamsteed (30 Nov. 1715) and Nevil Maskelyne (1774).
A photocopy of transcripts of correspondence between John Flamsteed and William Molyneux, 1681-1690.
A microfilm of a small set of correspondence between John Flamsteed and Dr Thomas Smith, with a few other items, including letters from Flamsteed to Edward Bernard, Professor of Astronomy.
Correspondence relating to the National Physical Laboratory and magnetism, including letters concerning the magnetic declination of London and Paris in the early 19th century, with a graph, 1953, and correspondence with Dr E.C. Bullard of the National Physical Laboratory regarding J. Flamsteed's magnetic observations, 1952.
Envelope printed with an image of John Flamsteed, marked ‘Flamsteed Festival 1975 The Parish of Burstow, Surrey, England’, and bearing a cancelled 8p stamp of Flamsteed House, Greenwich. British Royal Mail issued the stamp on 23 April 1975 for European Architectural Heritage Year.
Computations of the geocentric latitude of Mars and an examination of John Flamsteed's observations by Howe and Maskelyne.
A microfilm of a letter from John Flamsteed to Andrew Glen, 10 April 1693.
'Letters from John Flamsteed...of Greenwich...to Richard Towneley...of Towneley in Lancashire between 1672 and 1686', a photocopy of a transcription made for the Department of Navigation and Astronomy, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, dated 1 January 1968.
A negative microfilm made by the Public Record Office of RGO 1/34, a guardbook of letters from Abraham Sharp to John Flamsteed, 1702-1719.