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Reference numberEL/O2/40
LevelItem
TitleHenry Oldenburg, dated at London, to John Flamsteed
CreatorOldenburg; Henry (1619-1677); German natural philosopher in England; scientific correspondent
Date22 December 1670
DescriptionThat Flamsteed's predictions of the appulse of the moon to fixed stars and Wilson's observations of the transit of Venus were accepted by the Society; discusses Wilson's observations with those of Hevelius
LanguageEnglish
Extent2 sides
FormatManuscript
Place originLondon, England
Origin coordinates51.50853, -0.12574
Access statusOpen
Related materialTranscribed in 'The correspondence of Henry Oldenburg', ed and trans by A Rupert Hall & Marie Boas Hall, vol 7, p 338
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
URLhttp://emlo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/profile/work/b4a91555-6a5f-4f49-aebf-078b3979c978
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA8001Oldenburg; Henry (c1619 - 1677); scientific correspondentc1619 - 1677
NA8219Flamsteed; John (1646 - 1719); astronomer1646 - 1719
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