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Reference numberEL/F1/103
LevelItem
TitleJohn Flamsteed, dated at Derby, to Henry Oldenburg
CreatorFlamsteed; John (1646-1719); astronomer; astronomer royal
Date3 December 1673
DescriptionSends his annual predictions for the moon and planetary appulses (see EL/F1/104); discusses his method of finding the angle of the moon's orbit with the equator and observations of the moon's distance from the 8th star in Aries
Figure in text
LanguageEnglish
Extent3 sides
FormatManuscript
Place originDerby, Derbyshire, England
Origin coordinates52.92277, -1.47663
Access statusOpen
Related materialTranscribed in 'The correspondence of Henry Oldenburg', ed and trans by A Rupert Hall and Marie Boas Hall, vol 10, p 369
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
URLhttp://emlo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/profile/work/8716511e-0421-49c2-928b-397c96ce07f8
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8219Flamsteed; John (1646 - 1719); astronomer1646 - 1719
NA8001Oldenburg; Henry (c1619 - 1677); scientific correspondentc1619 - 1677
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