Reference numberCLP/8i/66
TitlePaper, lunar eclipse observed at Wanstead on 30 October 1715 by James Pound
DescriptionProduced by Edmond Halley
Trcaks the measurements of the moon during ther eclipse between 15:09 and 17:43 on 30 October 1715. Complains that the clouds made measurments at the beginning of the eclipse difficult, and that the clock used was slower than the actual time.
Read to the Royal Society on 15 December 1715
Subject: Astronomy
Access statusOpen
Related materialJBO/12/87
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8423Halley; Edmond (1656 - 1742); astronomer1656 - 1742
NA6741Pound; James (1669 - 1724)1669 - 1724
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