Reference numberMM/16/110
Title"Description of an instrument for observing the distance of the moon from the fixed stars at sea", by Isaac Newton
Date16 August 1699
DescriptionPublished as 'A True Copy of a Paper Found, in the Hand Writing of Sir Isaac Newton, among the Papers of the Late Dr. Halley, Containing a Description of an Instrument for Observing the Moon's Distance from the Fixt Stars at Sea', 'Philosophical Transactions', Vol. 42 (1742), pp155-156.
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Access statusOpen
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NA8414Newton; Sir; Isaac (1642 - 1727); natural philosopher and mathematician1642 - 1727
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