Reference numberCLP/8i/6
TitlePaper, regarding the solar eclipse on 28 January 1663 by [John] Pell
DescriptionPell asks 'whether any of the Royall Society did see the Suns eclips on Munday last, being the 18.28 of January', given that several astronomers had not predicted a solar eclipse on that date, or had predicted that the solar eclipse would not be visible in England on that date.

Read to the Royal Society on 27 January 1663
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
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NA8085Pell; John (1611 - 1685); mathematician1611 - 1685
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