Authorised form of nameCarbone; Joanne Baptista (- c 1750)
Dates - c 1750
OccupationClergyman, Roman Catholic
Research fieldAstronomy
Member of the Society of Jesus [Jesuits]; communicated regularly with the Royal Society
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election06/11/1729
Bulloch's Roll; printed list
Proposed by Isaac de Sequeira Samuda; John Machin; William Rutty. In printed list until 1750 as 'Astronom Ulissipon'
Royal Society codeNA3522
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
RBO/12/23Concerning the differences in the meridian of Paris, London and Lisbon sent by John Baptiste Carbone to Isaac Samuda1725
RBO/12/31Astronomical observations by John Baptista Carbone at Lisbon for 1725 and 17261726
RBO/15/1Observations of the moon witnessed at Lisbon on 2 February 1730 from J Baptista Carbone1730
CLP/8ii/25Paper, 'Observatio lunaris' [Observation of the Moon] by J B [Joanne Baptista] Carbone1730
CLP/8i/75Paper, 'Observatio lunaris eclipsis' [Observations of the lunar eclipse] by Joanne Baptista Carbone and Dominico Capasso1724
CLP/8ii/14Paper, regarding observations of the lunar eclipse of 13 February 1729 by J B [Joanne Baptista] Carbone1729
CLP/8ii/16Paper, regarding observations of lunar eclipse witnessed on 13 February 1729 in Rome by J B [Joanne Baptista] Carbone1729
RBO/15/58Astronomical observations between 1728 and 1729 witnessed at Peking communicated by Joannes Baptista Carbone to Jacob de Castro Sarmento1730
CLP/8ii/15Paper, regarding observations of lunar eclipse on 13 February 1729 and satellites of Jupiter in 1729 both witnessed in Paris by J B [Joanne Baptista] Carbone1729
CLP/8i/74Paper, regarding F Bianchini's observations of the comet of November 1723 by J [Joanne] Baptista Carbone1724
EL/C2/61Account of astronomical observations by John Baptista Carbone to Isaac de Sequeira Samuda, dated at Lisbon1726
CLP/8ii/26Paper, 'Observata immersiones, et emersiones satellitum [Jupiter] in et ex hujus umbra Pekini [Beijing] in sinis a November 1727 usque ad November 1728' [Observing the immersions and emergences of Jupiter's satellites in and out of shadow in Peking between November 1727 to November 1728] by J B [Joanne Baptista] Carbone1730
CLP/8ii/30Letter, regarding astronomical observations made in Peking [Beijing] from J B [Joanne Baptista] Carbone to Jacob de Castro Sarmento1730
RBO/12/70Various astronomical observations by Francis Blanchinum communicated by John Baptista Carbone1726
RBO/13/35Astronomical observations from John Baptista Carbone transmitted by Isaac de Sequeira Samuda1728
RBO/14/70Astronomical observations from J B Carbone 1729
RBO/15/2Astronomical observations from J Baptista Carbone1730
EL/C2/62Account of astronomical observations by John Baptista Carbone to Isaac de Sequeira Samuda, dated at Lisbon1727
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