Reference numberCLP/8ii/26
TitlePaper, 'Observata immersiones, et emersiones satellitum [Jupiter] in et ex hujus umbra Pekini [Beijing] in sinis a November 1727 usque ad November 1728' [Observing the immersions and emergences of Jupiter's satellites in and out of shadow in Peking between November 1727 to November 1728] by J B [Joanne Baptista] Carbone
DescriptionCarbone presents a list of observations of three of Jupiter's satellites from Beijing and the times at which the observations were made. He goes on to share observations of the lunar eclipse of 29 August 1728 made at the public observatory of Beijing.

Subject: Astronomy

Read to the Royal Society on 21 May 1730

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'Observationes cœlestes multifariœ inter menses Novemb. 1727, & Novemb. 1728, pekini in sinis, habitœ & ad Rev. P. Joannem Baptistam Carbone, Soc. Jes. transmissœ. Ex eadem epistola descriptœ'
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1729.0050
Related records in the catalogueCLP/8ii/30
Fellows associated with this archive
NA3522Carbone; Joanne Baptista (- c 1750) - c 1750
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