Reference numberEL/A/14
TitleLetter, from Adrian Auzout to Henry Oldenburg, dated at Paris
CreatorAuzout; Adrien (1622-1691); French astronomer; mathematician
Date18 May 1666
DescriptionConcerning the length of lenses used by Campani, Hooke, Huygens and Auzout in observing the shadows of the satellites and permanent spot on Jupiter; concerning Boyle's hydrostatical experiments; concerning barometrical observations.

Subject: Scientific Instruments / Astronomy
Extent4 sides
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Place originParis, le-de-France, France
Origin coordinates48.85341, 2.3488
Access statusOpen
Related materialCopied into LBO/1/323, LBC/1/380
Transcribed and translated in 'The correspondence of Henry Oldenburg', ed and trans by A Rupert Hall & Marie Boas Hall, vol 3, pp 110-115
Related records in the catalogueEL/A/13
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2328Auzout; Adrian (1622 - 1691); physician and astronomer1622 - 1691
NA8001Oldenburg; Henry (c1619 - 1677); scientific correspondentc1619 - 1677
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