Cometography: Volume 2, 1800-1899: A Catalog of Comets, Volume 2;Volumi 1800-1899
Cambridge University Press, 8 dic 2003 - 900 pagine
Cometography is a four-volume catalog of every comet observed throughout history. It is the most complete and comprehensive collection of comet data available. This volume provides a complete discussion of every comet seen during the nineteenth century, including details of discovery, closest approaches to the Sun and Earth, path across the sky, physical descriptions, orbital information, and final observations. It provides amateur and professional astronomers, and historians of science, with a definitive reference on comets through the ages.
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30-cm refractor ABSOLUTE MAGNITUDE April astronomers August B. G. Marsden bright brighter C. H. F. Peters Calculated path central condensation Closest coma diameter comet was faint comet was last December described the comet determined the perihelion diffuse discovered this comet E. E. Barnard elliptical orbit Elong Engelhardt February found the comet FULL MOON G. F. W. Riimker G. M. Searle gave the position Germany Holetschek J. F. Encke J. F. J. Schmidt J. R. Hind January July June K. C. Bruhns Kobold last detected Last seen Lick Observatory magnitude 11 March Millosevich MNRAS moonlight naked eye nebulosity nebulous noted the comet November nucleus of magnitude observed the comet October orbit is given orbit was calculated parabolic orbit perihelion date period positions obtained positions spanning Reslhuber saw the comet Schulhof Sekanina September tail extended Tebbutt telescope visible Winnecke
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