Hevelius, Johann, 1611 - 1687 (astronomer)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Astronomical calculations, 1891 - 1899
Calculations, in pencil, relating to astronomical observations made by Tycho Brahe and Johannes Hevelius.
Astronomical papers, 1715
Commonplace book, 1679 - 1703
Compilation of observations, 1677
Draft treatises and notes, 1674 - 1691
Investigations of Brahe and Hevelius's work, 1899
An investigation into the latitude of Uranibourg from the meridian altitudes of stars observed by Tycho Brahe and a comparison of his observed meridian altitudes of the Sun with Le Verrier's solar tables together with an investigation into the place of the ecliptic, 1582-1590. The volume also contains an investigation into Hevelius's observations of the Sun's meridian altitude in 1679.
Letter book, 1676 - 1712
Lunar calculations and letters, 1674 - 1700
Lunar observations, 1676 - 1678
Lunar observations, rough notes and an unfinished draft of a letter to Johann Hevelius  (237v-239r). The volume is made from sheets of Flamsteed's preparatory work for 'An exact mapp of the Derwent from St Mary's bridge' (1673), another part of which is RGO 1/69A, 23r-25v.
Lunar observations and star catalogues, 1690 - 1702
Mathematical treatises and calculations, 1671 - 1705
Script for 'The Night Sky in October', 1954-10
Script for 'The Night Sky in September', 1955-09
Solar and lunar observations, 1663
Solar and lunar observations of 1639 and 1659-1661 by Johann Hevelius. The writing is in a notebook made partly out of the sheets of witnesses' depositions from a Derbyshire source. It probably belonged to Steven Flamsteed.
Star catalogues, 1703-10 - 1719-08
Star, planetary and lunar catalogues, 1720
A copy of star catalogues by Ulug Beigh, Tycho, William of Hesse and Johann Hevelius (3r-22v), with Flamsteed's own tables of the planets (33r-40r), and of the Moon (40r-46v), 48 folios. The volume is undated, but there is reference to observations made by Flamsteed between January 1690 and August 1719. The writing is in various hands, with some alterations by Flamsteed.
- Derbyshire 1
- Derwent 1