William Henry Pickering (1858-19..)

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Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : 1858
Death : 19..
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0004 0025 7172

Activities of William Henry Pickering (1858-19..) (82)

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The Difference between the discoveries of "Neptune" and "Pluto". William H. Pickering
Pluto. A discussion of Dr. Jackson's orbit of Neptune, by William H. Pickering
The Size of meteors. The Leonids of 1932, by William H. Pickering
Planet U, and the orbits of Saturn and Jupiter, by William H. Pickering
First Report on the search for planet P. The Coming total solar eclipse, by William H. Pickering
The Brighter Pleiades, by William H. Pickering...
The Mass, density, and albedo of Eros, by William H. Pickering
Pressures and velocities of gusts of wind. Signé : William H. Pickering
The Mass and density of Pluto : are the claims that it was predicted by Lowell justified ? by William H. Pickering
The Location of planet "P" (continued), by William H. Pickering
The Transneptunian comet, by William H. Pickering
The Transneptunian planet, by William H. Pickering
Reflectors versus refractors, by William H. Pickering
Planet O, by William H. Pickering
The Next planet beyond Neptune, by William H. Pickering
The Orbit of Saturn, by William H. Pickering
The Three outer planets beyond Neptune, by William Pickering
The Orbits of the comets of short period, by William H. Pickering
The Orbit of Uranus, by William H. Pickering
The Location of one hundred points on the planet Mars, by William H. Pickering
The Practical use of small reflectors, by William H. Pickering
The Shadow bands, by William H. Pickering
A Discussion of some of Mr. Wright's Martian statements. William H. Pickering
The Separation of the continents by fission, by professor W. H. Pickering,...
The Meteoric procession of February 9, 1913. Part IV. By William H. Pickering
A Simple eclipse observation bearing on relativity, by William H. Pickering
The Real uses of astronomy, sidereal and planetary, by William H. Pickering
Relativity since 1922, by W. H. Pickering
The Lunar atmosphere, by William H. Pickering
A Meteoric satellite, by William H. Pickering
The Meteoric procession of February 9, 1913. Part III. By William H. Pickering
Aberration and relativity, by William H. Pickering
The Meteoric procession of February 9, 1913. Parts I and II. By William H. Pickering
Shall we accept relativity ? by William H. Pickering
Suggestions regarding gravitation, by W. H. Pickering
What about Mars ? by W. H. Pickering...
Diameters of star disks, lines, by William H. Pickering
The Dimensions of our stellar system, by William H. Pickering
The Relation of prolonged tropical droughts to sunspots, by William H. Pickering
The Annular solar eclipse of November 22, 1919. The lunar atmosphere, by W. H. Pickering
The Theory of relativity, by William H. Pickering
Definition and resolution, by William H. Pickering
The Relation of telescopic definition to cold waves, by W. H. Pickering
The Orthographic projection of a sphere, by William H. Pickering
Various suggestions relating to stellar evolution, planetary genesis, and hyperbolic comets, by William H. Pickering
The Parallaxe of the Orion nebula, by William H. Pickering
Eratosthenes... by William H. Pickering...
A Suggestion as to satellite evolution ; meteorites and meteors ; remarkable hailstorms, by William H. Pickering
The Time relations of astronomy and geology, by W. H. Pickering
The Mass of planetoid capable of producing a nova, by William H. Pickering...
The Zenith equatorial. Daylight seeing, by William H. Pickering
The Distance of the Pleiades. [Signé : William H. Pickering.]
A Suggested explanation of the phenomena presented by a nova, by William H. Pickering,...
Why the axes of the planets are inclined, by William H. Pickering
The Snow peaks of Theophilus, by William H. Pickering
The Colors of the stars and planets. Part I. By William H. Pickering...
The Distance of the great Nebula in Orion. [Signé : William H. Pickering.]
Invisible comets, by William H. Pickering
Evidences of erosion on the moon, by William H. Pickering
A Statistical investigation of cometary orbits, by William H. Pickering,...
A Search for a planet beyond Neptune, by William H. Pickering,...
Researches of the Boyden department, by William H. Pickering,...
A Photographic atlas of the moon, by William H. Pickering,...
Visual observations of the moon and planets, by William H. Pickering,...
The Meteoric shower of Nov. 13, 1897, by William H. Pickering
Investigations in astronomical photography, by William H. Pickering,...
A Study of nova Aurigae and nova Normae. William H. Pickering
The Planet Jupiter and its satellites. William H. Pickering
Telescope mounting and domes. William H. Pickering
Gravitation III-IV, by William H. Pickering
Planet P. Comet 1930 III, Wilk, number 590, by William H. Pickering
The Aristillus test for planetary definition, by William H. Pickering...
The Selection of sites for astronomical observatories, by William H. Pickering
The Arequipa observations of Mars and Jupiter, by Prof. W. H. Pickering
Seasonal changes occurring in certain lunar craters, by professor William H. Pickering,...
Satellite U of Saturn, by William H. Pickering
Zenith meteors, by William H. Pickering. [November, 1, 1917.]
Reports on Mars... by William H. Pickering
A Reply to Professor Brown's criticism of my views on Pluto, by William H. Pickering...
Pluto, the ninth planet, by William Henry Pickering,...
The Discovery of Pluto, by... W. H. Pickering
Planet P., its orbit, position and magnitude. Planets S and T, by William H. Pickering

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