Reference numberEL/B3/12
TitleLetter, from James Bradley to William Rutty, dated at Wanstead
CreatorBradley; James (1693-1762); astronomer; freemason
Date9 April 1729
DescriptionAutograph letter with observations of the eclipse of the satellites of Jupiter made at Wanstead, London, in 1726, comparing these that have been published in 'Philosophical Transactions' in order to determine the difference between the meridians
Table of observations attached
Place originWanstead, Greater London, England
Origin coordinates51.57509, 0.03043
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Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA518Rutty; William (1687 - 1730)1687 - 1730
NA8376Bradley; James (1693 - 1762)1693 - 1762
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