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Paper, 'Observatio eclipseos lunaris totalis [Observations of total eclipse of the moon], Wittemburg, 19 June 1750' by Georg Matthias Bose

Reference number: L&P/2/179

Date: 1750

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Subject: Astronomy

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'Observatio Eclipseos Lunaris totalis cum mora, haba Wittenibergœ, 1750, die 19 Junii tubo 6 ped po correctione horologii, quadrante telescopico 18 digitorm altitudines Solis correspondentes die 19 Junii, per G. M Bose, Physic. Prof. Wittembergœ, &c'

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L&P/2/179
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1750
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2 pages
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Manuscript

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Georg Matthias Bose

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Georg Matthias Bose, Paper, 'Observatio eclipseos lunaris totalis [Observations of total eclipse of the moon], Wittemburg, 19 June 1750' by Georg Matthias Bose, 1750, L&P/2/179, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_2_179/paper-observatio-eclipseos-lunaris-totalis-observations-of-total-eclipse-of-the-moon-wittemburg-19-june-1750-by-georg-matthias-bose, accessed on 13 July 2024

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