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Authorised form of nameBugge; Thomas (1740 - 1815)
SurnameBugge
ForenamesThomas
Dates1740 - 1815
Dates and placesBirth:
Copenhagen, Denmark (12 October 1740)
Death:
15 January 1815
ActivityResearch Field:
Astronomy
Career:
Land surveyor (1762); Professor of Astronomy and Mathematics, Copenhagen (1777); Director of the Observatory, Copenhagen (1777)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
3/04/1788
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA2768
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/000647Bugge, Thomasnd
L&P/7/78Paper, 'Various papers relating to a pile engine' by Thomas Bugge1778
L&P/7/78/1Paper, 'Various papers relating to a pile engine' by Thomas Bugge1778
L&P/7/78/2Plate, 'Inner workings of a pile engine' by Thomas Bugge1778
L&P/7/77Paper, 'Tentamen continens theoria machinae subkicarum [An unbroken theory of machine subkicarum]' by Thomas Bugge20 August 1778
L&P/9/15Letter, 'Determination of the heliocentric longitude of the descending node of Saturn' from Thomas Bugge to Joseph Banks1786
L&P/10/68/2Plate, 'Trigonometrical figures' by Thomas Bugge1793
L&P/9/149Paper, 'Astronomical observations on the planets Venus and Mars' by Thomas Bugge1789
L&P/10/68Paper, 'Latitudes and longitudes of several places in Denmark, calculated from the trigonometrical operations' by Thomas Bugge14 June 1793
L&P/12/46Paper, 'Onservations of the transit of Mercury over the sun on 9 November 1802' by Thomas Bugge1803
EC/1787/21Bugge, Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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