Reference numberMS/366/5/5
TitleLuna ad Fixas Saturnum, anno 1671. Appulsus observabiles predicti et Ad meridianum latitudinum, Londini at tuato supputati a Johannae flamsteedio.
DescriptionIn Latin. By John Flamsteed. A note on the first page states that the paper was read on 24 November 1670. Includes several tables and a fold-out page of diagrams. The paper sets out predicted positions for Saturn's moon [presumably Titan, being the only of Saturn's moons to have been discovered at this point] for 1671.
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NA8219Flamsteed; John (1646 - 1719); astronomer1646 - 1719
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