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Name: 
Džons Hainds
Hind, J. R.
Hind, J.Russel
Hind, J. Russell
Hind, John Russell
John R. Hind
John Russell Hind (astronomo britannico)
John Russell Hind (britischer Astronom)
John Russell Hind (britisk astronom)
John Russell Hind (Brits astronoom (1823-1895))
John Russell Hind (brittisk astronom)
John Russell Hind (English astronomer)
Τζον Ράσελ Χιντ (Βρετανός αστρονόμος)
Джон Рассел Гінд
Хайнд, Джон Рассел
Ջոն Ռասել Հայնդ
جون راسل هند
ジョン・ハインド
约翰·罗素·欣德
Dates: 
1823-1895
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Great Britain. Nautical Almanac Office
Grzmielewski, Ludwik
Johnston, Alexander Keith (1804-1871)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Mädler, J.H. (1794-1874)
Mädler, Johann Heinrich (1794-1874)
Mädler, Johann Heinrich (1794-1874))
Titles: 
Annular eclipse of the sun, 1858 March 14-15
Atlas of astronomy...
Chart for observations of Mars in right ascention of 1862 : for obtaining the measure of the Sun's distance
comet of 1556, 1857:, The
comet of 1556, The : being popular replies to everyday questions referring to its anticipated re-appearance, with some observations on the apprehension of danger from comets
comets: a descriptive treatise upon those bodies. With a condensed account of the numerous modern discoveries respecting them; and a table of all the calculated comets, from the earliest ages to the present time., The
Errata in Hansen's lunar tables.
illustrated London astronomy, for the use of schools and students., The
introduction to astronomy, An : to which is added an astronomical vocabulary containing an explanation of terms in use at the present day.
Kometen, Die : eine gemeinfassliche Beschreibung dieser Körper nebst einer kurzen Uebersicht der neueren Entdeckungen und einer Tafel der Kometenbahnen
Local particulars of the transit of Venus over the sun's disc
Początki astronomii
Supplement to the Nautical almanac for the year 1867
Sweeping ephemerides for de Vico's Comet 1860-I
Total solar eclipse, 1860, July 18 revised path of the shadow
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