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Paper, 'Altitudines poli traecipuaram Flandria et Hollandiae einitatum' [Altitude of the pole at Flanders and Holland] by J [Jean Dominique] Cassini

Reference number: CLP/8i/57

Date: 17th Century

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A table showing calculations of the altitude of the pole at Amsterdam, Haerlem [Haarlem], Leyden [Leiden], Grauen hage [The Hague], Delft, Rotterdam, Hoorn, Enchuysen [Enkhuizen], Alemaer [Almere], Anuers, Bruxelles [Brussels], Gand, Bruges, Ostende [Ostend] and Calais.


Subject: Astronomy

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CLP/8i/57
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17th Century
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1 page
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Manuscript

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Jean Dominique Cassini

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Jean Dominique Cassini, Paper, 'Altitudines poli traecipuaram Flandria et Hollandiae einitatum' [Altitude of the pole at Flanders and Holland] by J [Jean Dominique] Cassini, 17th Century, CLP/8i/57, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/clp_8i_57/paper-altitudines-poli-traecipuaram-flandria-et-hollandiae-einitatum-altitude-of-the-pole-at-flanders-and-holland-by-j-jean-dominique-cassini, accessed on 26 February 2024

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