Oppolzer, Theodor Egon Ritter von, 1841 - 1886 (astronomer)
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence with J.R. Hind concerning the 'Nautical Almanac', regarding the positions of the small planets, solar eclipses and the contents of the almanac. There are letters to various people giving the Moon's place as observed from Greenwich and its error. The correspondents include P.A.E. Laugier, U.J.J. Le Verrier, A.E.B. Mouchez, T.E.V. Oppolzer, A.R. Clarke, F.F.E. Brunnow, J.H.C. Coffin, Sir D. Gill, R. Copeland and A.V. Auwers.
Foreign printed papers concerning the transits of Venus, 1874 and 1882, including newspaper and magazine articles, Royal Astronomical Society 'Monthly Notices' and government notices. The authors of the papers include A.V. Auwers, C.C. Bruhns, P.A. Hansen, E. Heis, T.E.V. Oppolzer, E. Neumayer, S. Newcomb, Mr Hasselberg, O. Struve, J.A.C. Oudemans, Sir D. Gill and many others. The papers also include diagrams of the Earth.
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