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Authorised form of nameCelsius; Andreas (1701 - 1744)
Other forms of nameCelsius, Anders
SurnameCelsius
ForenamesAndreas
Dates1701 - 1744
NationalitySwedish
Dates and placesBirth:
Uppsala, Sweden (27 November 1701)
Death:
Uppsala, Sweden (25 April 1744)
ActivityResearch Field:
Astronomy
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
29/01/1736
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Royal Society codeNA6791
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EL/M3/53Extract of a letter from Pierre Maupertuis, dated at Paris, to Andreas Celsius1736
EL/C3/34Translation of a letter from Andreas Celsius, dated at Tornea, to Hans Sloane4 December 1736
RBO/19/52'Of the Runic Characters of Helsingland (northern Sweden)' by Andreas Celsius1735
EL/C3/31Translation of part of a letter from Andreas Celsius, dated at Uppsala, to Cromwell Mortimer1 March 1738
EL/C3/22Translation of an extract of a letter from Andreas Celsius, dated at Stockholm, to Cromwell Mortimer24 May 1736
EL/C3/33Translation of an extract from a letter from Andreas Celsius, dated at the mountain of Korpicula, to Cromwell Mortimer1736
EL/C3/30Translation of a letter from Andreas Celsius, dated at Tornea, to Cromwell Mortimer1737
RBO/19/57Observations of the Aurora Borealis witnessed in London from September 1735 to April 1736 by Andreas Celsius1736
EL/C3/16Translation of Andreas Celsius's explanation of runic inscriptions from Helsingland (northern Sweden) 1735
RBO/21/32'The continuation of the Remarks made by Mr Celsius on the Observations taken in France, in order to ascertain the true Figure of the Earth' abstracted by John Eames1738
RBO/21/26'Mr Eames's Account of a Dissertation containing Remarks upon the Observations made in France, in order to ascertain the Figure of the Earth, by Mr Celsius, intitled: De observationibus, pro figura Telluris determinanda...'1738
LBO/23/75Copy letter from Andreas Celsius to Cromwell Mortimer9 April 1737
CLP/4ii/21Paper, translation of 'Observationes de aurora borealis' by Andreas Celsius1736
CLP/4ii/20Paper, 'Observationes de aurora borealis' by Andreas Celsius1736
CLP/8ii/51Paper, observations of the lunar eclipse of 15 March 1736 made at Mr Graham's House in Fleet Street by Andreas Celsius 1736
EL/M3/24Extract of a letter from Pierre Maupertuis, dated at Paris, to Andreas Celsius1735
EC/1735/11Celsius, Andreas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
EL/C2/93A note taken from a letter from Andreas Celsius to Cromwell MortimerApril 1736
EL/C3/9Translation of a letter from Andreas Celsius, dated at Uppsala, to Cromwell Mortimer1738
EL/C3/15An explanation of runic inscriptions from Helsingland (northern Sweden) by Andreas Celsius1735
EL/C3/10Translation of an extract from a letter from Andreas Celsius, dated at Uppsala, to Cromwell Mortimer2 October 1739
EL/C3/1Translation of a letter from Andreas Celsius, dated at Tornea, to Cromwell Mortimer1737
CLP/8ii/77aLetter extract, 'Observatio Eclipseos Telluris Romae habita in aedibus eminentissimi cardinalis' [observations of the solar eclipse made at the house of an eminent Cardinal in Rome], from Didacus de Revillas [Diego Ravillas] to Eustachio Manfredi[1734]
MS/790/21Letter from Anders Celsius, Torne, to Martin Folkes, Vice President of the Royal Society, Crane Court, Fleet Street 3 December 1736
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