Reference numberCLP/22ii/34
TitlePaper, Account of Francis Bianchinus' 'Hesperi et Phosphori Nova Phaenomena... [New phenomena of Hesperus and Phosporus (Venus)] ' by John Hadley
DescriptionGives an account of some new astronomical discoveries relating to the planet Venus, related in the book by Francis Bianchinus [Francesco Bianchini]. Hesperus (the evening star) and Phosporus (the morning star) are both Greek names for the planet Venus.

Subject: Astronomy
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1729.0021
Account printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 36, no 410, p158.
Royal Society Library holds a copy of this work.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7954Hadley; John (1682 - 1744)1682 - 1744
NA7802Bianchini; Francesco (1662 - 1729)1662 - 1729
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