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... Royal Astronomical Society Charles Vincent Walker died at his residence at Tunbridge Wells, on the morning of December 24, 1882, in the seventy-first year of his age ... Walker that he wished to talk with the latter about the laying down of a wire from the Observatory to the Lewisham Station, and on May 23 following, the Astronomer Royal gave Mr ... to lay four wires underground from the Royal Observatory to the railway station at Lewisham, and to extend them to London Bridge ...
... The history of the SAAO began when the Royal Observatory at the Cape of Good Hope was founded in 1820, the first scientific institution in Africa ... The post of Her Majesty's astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope was awarded the Royal Medal on two occasions the first to Thomas Maclear in 1869 for measurement of an arc of the meridian at the Cape of Good ... During the 1970s, the Republic Observatory in Johannesburg and the Radcliffe Observatory in Pretoria merged with the much older Royal Observatory to form the South African Astronomical Observatory ...
... In 1997, Accurist Watches started sponsoring the Royal Observatory at Greenwich, London, being the first and only brand ever being associated with it Accurist Watches created an Atomic Clock, in ... Accurist Watches was immediately associated with the Royal Observatory and was promoted around the world, as there was a big event at Greenwich to celebrate the new ... In 2003, Accurist Watches strengthened the agreement with Royal Observatory and produced a collection of replica clocks from the National Maritime Museum and ...
... Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society, xxi, 9-16 (1852) ... of a Transit of a Star, observed with the Transit-circle of the Royal Observatory, by the ' eye and ear ' and chronographic methods" ... Monthly Notices Royal Astronom ...
Famous quotes containing the words observatory and/or royal:
“Where there is an observatory and a telescope, we expect that any eyes will see new worlds at once.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“High from the summit of a craggy cliff,
Hung oer the deep, such as amazing frowns
On utmost Kildas shore, whose lonely race
Resign the setting sun to Indian worlds,
The royal eagle draws his vigorous young”
—James Thomson (17001748)