Simon Newcomb

Simon Newcomb (March 12, 1835 – July 11, 1909) was a Canadian-American astronomer and mathematician. Though he had little conventional schooling, he made important contributions to timekeeping as well as writing on economics and statistics and authoring a science fiction novel.

Read more about Simon Newcomb:  Early Life, Other Work, Personal Life, Awards and Honours, Bibliography

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Simon Newcomb - Bibliography
... Newcomb, S (1878) Popular Astronomy Newcomb, S (1880) Astronomy for schools and colleges — (1881) ... Newcomb, S (1885) Principles of Political Economy (Internet Archive) Newcomb, S (1887) The ABC Of Finance(The Online Library Of Liberty) Newcomb, S (1890 ... Newcomb, S (1901) The Stars Newcomb, S (1902) Astronomy for Everybody Newcomb, S (1903) The Reminiscences of an Astronomer - His autobiography ...
USS Simon Newcomb (AGSC-14) - History
... March, YMS-263 was redesignated AGS-14 and named Simon Newcomb ... Simon Newcomb called at Eniwetok on 1 June and proceeded to Guam, arriving there on 7 June ... Simon Newcomb returned to the west coast on 25 December 1945 and was routed to Norfolk, Virginia, via the Panama Canal, arriving on 21 January 1946 ...

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