Reference numberEL/E/8
TitleLetter, from George Christopher Eimmart to the Royal Society, dated at Nuremburg
CreatorEimmart; Georg Christoph (1638-1705); German draughtsman; engraver; astronomer
DescriptionCovering letter enclosing two papers - one with observations of the transit of Saturn and the moon observed from Nuremburg on 19 February 1687, and the other paper with observations of the occult of Saturn (concealing a moon by passing or being in front of it) which occurred on 19 March 1687
Papers attached with tables and figures
Place originNuremberg, (Franconian Imperial Circle) Bavaria, Germany, (Holy Roman Empire)
Origin coordinates49.44778, 11.06833
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
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