3 edition of Micrometrical measures of gaseous spectra under high dis- persion found in the catalog.
Micrometrical measures of gaseous spectra under high dis- persion
Charles Piazzi Smyth
by The RoyalSociety of Edinburgh in Edinburgh .
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Charles Piazzi Smyth has written: 'Report on the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh and the Edinburgh equatorial in ' 'Micrometrical measures of gaseous spectra under high dis- persion'. Charles Piazzi Smyth 3 January - 21 February An English astronomer who was Astronomer Royal for Scotland from to ; he is known for many innovations in astronomy and his pyramidological and metrological studies of the Great Pyramid of Giza (Wikipedia).
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He has contributed observations to the Lunar Section of the British Astronomical Association sinceand has been a guest observer at the Royal Greenwich Observatory. He likes the hands-on approach to astronomy, and has built. Full text of "Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution" See other formats.
Notwithstanding the low po- sition of the Great Bear under the tropics, I have very dis- tinctly seen Alcor, evening after evening, with the naked eye, on the rainless shores of Cumana, and on the plateaux of the Cordilleras, which are elevated nea feet ahove the level of the sea, while I have seen it less frequent- ly and less.