Reference numberRBO/20/7
Alternative reference numberRBO.20.16
Title'Some Astronomical Observations made at Covent-Garden, anno 1736 by J Bevis'
DescriptionConsists of:
- observation of the moon's transit near Aldebaran on 3 April 1736
- lunar eclipse observed in London in Covent Garden on 8 September 1736
- solar eclipse observed on 23 September 1736
- observation of an occultation of Mars by the moon in Covent Garden 1736
Read to the Royal Society on 18 November 1736
Extent5 sides
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueCLP/8ii/54
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8127Bevis; John (1693 - 1771)1693 - 1771
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