Reference numberMS/57
TitleAstronomical tracts with observations by Tycho Brahe and others
Description1. Tychonis Brahe observationes cometae AD 1585 (folio 1)
2. Ejusdem observationes cometae AD 1590 (folio 10)
3. Ejusdem observationes cometae AD 1596 (folio 18)
These three were presented to the Royal Society by Sir Isaac Newton on 5 October 1722
4. Observations astronomiques faites a la ville de Cartagene des Indes par le Colonel Don Juan de Herrara et Sotomayor (accompanied with a letter to Dr Halley, dated Cartgena des Indes 12 July 1723) Several of these observations have since been published in the Memoirs de l'Academie des Sciences de Paris 1729 page 361, 362-363, 367 (Folio 23)
5. Observationes astronomiques pour la longitude de Cartagene des Indies faites avec le premier satellite de Jupiter l'annee 1723 (Folio 41)
6. Eclipses Solis et Lunae oppido S S Cosmae et DamIani 1719-1726, a P Bonaventura Suarez S J (Folio 44)
7. Immersiones et Emersiones Satellitum Iovis observatae in oppido S S Cosmae et Damiani 1720-1726, a P Bonaventure Suarez S J (Folio 46)
Extent1 volume, MS Large
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8414Newton; Sir; Isaac (1642 - 1727); natural philosopher and mathematician1642 - 1727
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