Reference numberCLP/8i/50
TitlePaper, 'Demonstration for finding the true meridian distance of places' by Jonathan Mand
Date[17th Century]
DescriptionMand explains how knowledge of the latitude and longitude of planets and fixed stars as well as 'the Moones course, and the planetts, in twenty four houres' can be used to 'find their places and distances at any time of the day or night'.

Presented to the Honourable Society of the City of Dublin.

Subject: Astronomy
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
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