Heliometer Observations for Determination of Stellar Parallax Made at the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope by David (Institue of Health Sciences, Anglia & Oxford Regional Health Authority, Oxford, UK) Gill, Cape Of Goo Royal Observatory
  

Heliometer Observations for Determination of Stellar Parallax Made at the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope

Written by David (Institue of Health Sciences, Anglia & Oxford Regional Health Authority, Oxford, UK) Gill, Cape Of Goo Royal Observatory
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Heliometer Observations for Determination of Stellar Parallax Made at the Royal Observatory, Cape of Good Hope by David (Institue of Health Sciences, Anglia & Oxford Regional Health Authority, Oxford, UK) Gill, Cape Of Goo Royal Observatory

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Paperback / softback
192 pages

Author

David (Institue of Health Sciences, Anglia & Oxford Regional Health Authority, Oxford, UK) Gill, Cape Of Goo Royal Observatory
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Publisher

Nabu Press

Publication date

28th February 2010

ISBN

9781146157704


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