1 edition of Second Radcliffe catalogue, containing 2386 stars found in the catalog.
Second Radcliffe catalogue, containing 2386 stars
|Statement||deduced from observations extending from 1854 to 1861, at the Radcliffe observatory, Oxford; and reduced to the epoch 1860. Under the superintendence of the Rev. Robert Main, M.A., Radcliffe observer. Published by order of the Radcliffe trustees.|
|Contributions||Main, Robert, 1808-1878.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 139p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
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Second Radcliffe catalogue, containing stars; deduced from observations extending from toat the Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford; and reduced to the epoch ; under the superintendence of the Rev. Robert Main, Radcliffe observer; publ.
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Robert Main, Radcliffe observer; published by order of the Radcliffe. Search result for radcliffe-observatory: Astronomical and Meteorological Observations Made at the Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford, Volume 34(), Catalogue of Stars, Chiefly Comprised Within the Zone N.
D., for the EpochDeduced from Observations Made at the Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford, During the Years (), The Radcliffe Catalogue. During his time at Radcliffe Observatory Robert Main supervised and edited the Second Radcliffe Catalogue of 2, stars (extracted from observations made at Radcliffe Observatory between to ) and (with the assistance of Charles Pritchard) John Herschel's Catalogue of 10, multiple and double stars ().
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He edited in December the first Radcliffe catalogue, compiled the second Radcliffe catalogue of 2, stars (Oxford, ), from observations made –61, and began, with the Redhill transit-circle, purchased from Richard Christopher Carrington [q.
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Obs. Harvard College1 - 6), provided spectral classification and rough positions forstars and has been widely made use of by the astronomical. Perfectly balancing high-quality images and props with written information, this book is jam-packed with fascinating facts and is visually dazzling.
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A New Catalogue of Suspected Variable Stars (NSV in short) was published in containing objects. A second edition completing the first, was published incontaining stars.
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