William Rutter Dawes
William Rutter Dawes (19 March 1799 – 15 February 1868) was an English astronomer.

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William Rutter Dawes (British astronomer) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
William Rutter Dawes, (born March 19, 1799, London—died Feb. 15, 1868, Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, Eng.), English astronomer known for his extensive ...
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Tales from the Golden Age: William Rutter Dawes | Neil English.net
Dec 16, 2013 ... The measurements by Wilhelm Struve, E. Dembowski and W.R. Dawes are valued highly by today's calculators of binary star orbits”.
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William Rutter Dawes
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William Rutter Dawes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Notable awards, Gold Medal. William Rutter Dawes (19 March 1799 – 15 February 1868) was an English astronomer. Contents. 1 Biography; 2 Selected writings ...
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The Rev. William Rutter Dawes
NOVEMBER, 1913. No. 467. The Rev. W~illiam Rutter Dawes. TuE Rev. W. R. Dawes, whose letters to Mr. George Knott were published in The Observatory, vol .
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William Rutter Dawes (1799 - 1868) - Michael Oates
Nov 30, 2009 ... Soon Dawes turned from medicine to religion when he became influenced by the Rev. Thomas Waffles who preached for many years at the ...
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William Rutter Dawes (1799 - 1868) - Find A Grave Memorial
Nov 28, 2012 ... He was a clergyman who made extensive measurements of double stars as well as observations of planets. He was a friend of William Lassell.
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Janus: Dawes, William Rutter (1799-1868) astronomer
Dawes, William Rutter (1799-1868) astronomer. Catalogue ...
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Dawes, William Rutter (1799-1868) - SpringerReference
W.R. Dawes was one of the finest 19th-century observers. He was renowned for his keen sight and was nicknamed 'the eagleeyed'; owing to his wide contacts, ...
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Dawes, William Rutter (DNB00) - Wikisource, the free online library
Mar 6, 2013 ... DAWES, WILLIAM RUTTER (1799–1868), astronomer, was born on 19 March 1799 at Christ's Hospital, where his father was mathematical ...
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William Rutter Dawes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Notable awards, Gold Medal. William Rutter Dawes (19 March 1799 – 15 February 1868) was an English astronomer. Contents. 1 Biography; 2 Selected writings ...
William Dawes (Royal Marines officer) - Wikipedia, the free ...
William Dawes (1762–1836) was an officer of the Royal Marines, an .... Within a few months of returning he wed Judith Rutter at Portsea, Hampshire, on 29 May ... Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 1, Melbourne University Press, ...
William Rutter Dawes (1799 - 1868) - Michael Oates
Nov 30, 2009 ... Rev W R Dawes ... The young Dawes chose instead to train as a physician at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London. ... University of Liverpool ...
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Rev William Rutter Dawes (1799 – 1868) was resident at Haddenham in .... The Robert Hooke Building at the Open University, which accommodates part of the ...
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Dawes, William Rutter. Richard Baum … show all 1 hide. Citations ... 1. Department of Earth Science, University of Northern Iowa. Authors. Richard Baum ...
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William Dawes 1745-99, figure in the American Revolution, b. ... Agnes Clerke, “William Rutter Dawes,” in Dictionary of National Biography, V, 667–669; and A. F. O'D. Alexander, The Planet Saturn ... Licensed from Columbia University Press.
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Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers
Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers
Thomas Hockey, Katherine Bracher, Marvin Bolt, 2007
Dawes later served as Governor of Sierra Leone. His son William Rutter Dawes achieved lasting fame as a double-star observer. Thomas R. Williams Selected Reference Mander-Jones, Phyllis (1966). “Dawes, William (1762–1836).
26 Views of the Starburst World: William Dawes at Sydney ...
26 Views of the Starburst World: William Dawes at Sydney ...
Ross Gibson, 2012
In this book, author Ross Gibson continues his speculative brilliance on William Dawes, using Dawes' notebooks as source material. 26 Views of the Starburst World is an intellectual adventure around the tensions and pleasures of language ...
The Universe: A Historical Survey of Beliefs, Theories, and Laws
The Universe: A Historical Survey of Beliefs, Theories, and Laws
Erik Gregersen, 2009
15, 1868, Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, Eng.) English astronomer William Rutter Dawes was known for his extensive measurements of double stars and for his meticulous planetary observations. Trained as a physician, Dawes practiced at ...
Choosing and Using a Refracting Telescope
Choosing and Using a Refracting Telescope
Neil English, 2010
In 1851, Clark wrote to the prominent English amateur astronomer the Reverend William Rutter Dawes, describing to him the close double stars he had observed with his 7.5-in. refractor. Impressed, Dawes sent Clark a more extensive list of ...
Mapping Mars: Science, Imagination, and the Birth of a World
Mapping Mars: Science, Imagination, and the Birth of a World
Oliver Morton, 2002
William Rutter Dawes, a Mars observer of ferociously keen eyesight, perceiving, for example, that the dark patch Mädler had used to mark the prime meridian had two prongs. (Dawes's far- field acuity was allegedly compensated by a visual ...
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