Reference numberEC/1908/13
Previous numbersCert XII, 270
TitleNevill, Edmund Neville: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDirector of the Government Observatory, Natal. Distinguished for his work in lunar theory, especially for his discovery of the 'Jupiter Evection' term. author of a long series of papers in the Memoirs and Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, among which may be specially mentioned: 'On the Lunar Perturbations arising from the Planet Jupiter' (Monthly Notices Roy Astron soc, vol xxxvii); 'On Newcomb's correction to Hansen's Value of the Secular Acceleration' (ibid, vol xxxix); 'On the Corrections required by Hansen's Tables de la Lune' (Memoirs Roy Astron Soc, xlxviii).
ProposersH H Turner; E W Brown; P H Cowell; William H M Christie; David Gill; F W Dyson; E Hull; R A Sampson
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Nevill, Edmund Neville: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1269Nevill; Edmund Neville (1849 - 1940)1849 - 1940
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