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Authorised form of nameHarding; Karl Ludwig (1765 - 1834)
Other forms of nameCarl Ludwig
Dates1765 - 1834
Place of birthLauenburg, Germany
Date of birth29 July or 29 September 1765
Place of deathGottingen, Germany
Date of death31 August 1834
OccupationAstronomer
Research fieldAstronomy
ActivityEducation:
Gottingen (theology)
Career:
Tutor to the sons of Oberamtmann Johann Hieronymus Schroter (FRS 1798); Assistant and Inspector of Schroter's observatory; discovered the asteroid Juno (1804); Extraordinary Professor of Astronomy, Gottingen (1805); Ordinary Professor (1812)
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election17/04/1806
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Authority:
Altname from DSB
Notes:
DSB gives birth date as 29 July 1765.
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/37668150
Royal Society codeNA3747
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1805/20Harding, Karl Ludwig: certificate of election to the Royal Society
AP/7/12/1Unpublished letter, on a discovery of a new star from Schroeter [Johann Hieronymus Schroter] to [George] Best31 March 1802
AP/7/12/2Unpublished translation of a letter, on a discovery of a new star from Schroeter [Johann Hieronymus Schroter] to [George] Best31 March 1802
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