Gauss, Carl Friedrich, 1777 - 1855 (mathematician, astronomer and physicist)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
C.F. Gauss, 1820 - 1950
Print of a drawing, printed by Gebr. Rocca, Berlin.
Correspondence on Pallas and Ceres, 1802 - 1803
Correspondence on Vesta and Ceres, 1789 - 1807
Essay on cometary orbits
An undated essay on Olbers's method for obtaining the parabolic elements of cometary orbits translated by Tupman from the appendix to Dubois's French translation of Gauss's 'Theoria Motus'.
Letters to Humphrey Lloyd, 1991
Around 150 letters from various correspondents to Professor Humphrey Lloyd, Provost of Trinity College, Dublin. There are numerous letters from G.B. Airy and Sir John Herschel. Other correspondents include well-known scientists, including John Couch Adams, A.D. Bache, David Brewster, Buys Ballot, John Challis and C.F. Gauss.
Observations on right ascensions and longitude, 1812 - 1830
Paper on mathematical problems, 1802
A mathematical paper containing problems and equations and a list of candidates for election to the Royal Society: John Jeron Schroler, Lilienthal, Bremen; Joseph (Giuseppe) Piazzi, Palermo, Sicily; Dr Olbers, Bremen; and Dr C.F. Gauss, Brunswick. There are propositions and corollaries from Newton's 'Principia', in Latin and English, and from Aristotle's 'Rhetoric', in Greek and English.
Papers on Juno, 1804 - 1806
Papers on Pallas and Ceres, 1802 - 1804
- Australia 1
- Hackney 1
- Lilienthal 1