Hevelius


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Hevelius

(German heˈveːliʊs)
n
(Biography) Johannes (joˈhanəs). 1611–87, German astronomer, who published one of the first detailed maps of the lunar surface
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After him Hevelius, an astronomer of Dantzic, reduced the highest elevations to 15,000 feet; but the calculations of Riccioli brought them up again to 21,000 feet.
Neither Hevelius, Cassin, La Hire, nor Herschel seemed to have known them.
Perchance this star-speckled lizard inspired Johannes Hevelius
Outro casal foi Elizabeth Korpman e Johann Hevelius. Elizabeth, na infancia conheceu Hevelius, pois este era amigo do pai dela.
Canes Venatici is a small northern constellation of faint stars that was created by Johannes Hevelius in the 17th century.
In the 17th century Johannes Hevelius produced one of the first detailed maps of what?
Lacerta was delineated by the Polish astronomer Johannes Hevelius and published n his 1690 star atlas.
(15.) The seventeenth-century Polish astronomer Johannes Hevelius would produce highly precise telescopic measurements of the apparent sizes of stars.
Today's event is less competitive and there are question marks over several rivals, including Hevelius, who has not run since a below-par effort at Cork in July, Volkis O'Blue, having his first outing in five months, and Mackey Boy, twice pulled up since a Limerick maiden win last winter.
(18.) Blake expressed considerable interest in astronomy, and in 1752 Nicolas Louis de Lacaille added Musca Australis (the Southern Fly) to the heavens, complementing Johannes Hevelius' Musca Borealis (near Aries), the Northern Fly, placed in the heavens in 1690.
TIPPERARY: 5.40 Ted Dolly, 6.10 Wandering Aengus, 6.45 Hevelius, 7.20 Baily Green, 7.50 Cass Bligh, 8.20 Rudi Trucker, 8.50 Glens Melody.