Reference numberNLB/32/85
Alternative reference numberNLB/32 p45
TitleCopy letter from Joseph Larmor, to the President of the Council of the International Association of Academies, Imperial Academy of Sciences, Vienna
Date21 December 1905
DescriptionThe President and Council of the Royal Society have directed Larmor to forward the resolution, with which they concur, laid before them by the Royal Astronomical Society, suggesting the appointment of an International Committee to report on the current state of Lunar nomenclature and suggest a future course of action. They hope that the suggestion receives favourable consideration by the Council of the International Association.
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