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Cozef Norman Loker
Joseph Norman Lockyer
Joseph Norman Lockyer (englischer Astronom)
Lockyer, I. Norman
Lockyer, J. N.
Lockyer, J. N. (Sir)
Lockyer, J. Norman
Lockyer, J. Norman (Sir)
Lockyer, Joseph N.
Lockyer, Joseph Norman
Lockyer, Joseph Norman (Sir)
Lockyer, N.
Lockyer, Norman
Lockyer, Norman Joseph
Lockyer, Norman (Sir)
Norman Lockyer (Brits astronoom)
Norman Lockyer (scientist and astronomer from Britain)
Norman Lockyer (scienziato e astronomo britannico)
Normans Lokjers
Τζόζεφ Λόκυερ (Άγγλος αστρονόμος)
Локьер, Джозеф Норман
Норман Лок'єр
Норман Локјер
جوزيف نورمان لوكير
نارمن لوکائر
نورمن لاکیر (دانشمند و ستاره‌شناس بریتانیایی)
ノーマン・ロッキャー
ロッキャー, ノーマン
ロックャー
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1836-1920
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Auštěcký, Josef (1827-1871)
Baxandall, Franck E.
Baxandall, Frank E.
Great Britain. Solar physics committee. [from old catalog]
Guillemin, Amédée (1826-1893)
Knight, David
Lockyer, William James Stewart (1868-1936))
Lockyer, Winifred James Mrs., d. 1879
Norman Lockyer Observatory Sidmouth Affiliation (see also from)
Royal College of Science Affiliation (see also from)
Šenoa, Milan
Solar Eclipse Expedition. [1911. Vavau, Iles Tonga.]
Solar Physics Committee
Solar Physics Committee (Great Britain)
Solar Physics Committee (Great Britiain)
Solar Physics Observatory South Kensington Affiliation (see also from)
Winnecke, A.
Winnecke, Friedrich August Theodor (1835-1897))
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Areas of calcium flocculi on spectroheliograms, 1906-1908. : measured and reduced at the Solar Physics Observatory, South Kensington
Astronomia tradotta e in parte rifatta da E. Sergent, e riveduta da G. V. Schiaparelli
Astronomija ; perevod a anglijskago M. A. Antonoviča
Astronomy
Beobachtung der Sterne sonst und jetzt, Die
chemistry of the sun. -, The
Comparison of the Spectra of Nebulæ and Stars of Groups I and II with those of Cometss and Auroræ
Comparison of the spectra of rigelian, crucian and alnitamian stars ; A discussion of the line spectrum of alpha orionis and its relation to that of arcturus and the Fraunhoferic spectrum ; The spectrum of gamma cassiopelae
Contributions to solar physics. I. A popular account of inquiries into the physical constitution of the sun, with special reference to recent spectroscopic researches; II. Communications to the Royal society of London, and the French Academy of sciences, with notes.
Education and national progress. -
Elements of astronomy accompanied with numerous illustrations, a colored representation of the solar, stellar, and nebular spectra, and celestial charts of the northern and the southern hemisphere
forces of nature: a popular introduction to the study of physical phenomena, The
Further Observations on Nova Persei.
Inorganic evolution as studied by spectrum analysis
Memorandum on the solar researches carried on by Sir Norman Lockyer, 1863-1906 : together with a catalogue of (1) papers presented to the Royal Society and other learned bodies, and (2) books discussing the researches
meteoritic hypothesis; a statement of the results of a spectroscopic inquiry into the origin of cosmical systems, The
Monthly mean values of barometric pressure for 73 selected stations over the earth's surface : being a comparison of barometric variations of short duration at places widely distributed
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New Star in Perseus Preliminary Note, The
Note on the Spectrum of the Rings of Saturn
On some of the phenomena of new stars.
On the Cause of Variability in Condensing Swarms of Meteorites
On the Classification of the Species of Heavenly Bodies Appendix
On the general spectra of certain type-stars and the spectra of several of the brighter stars in the green region.
On the group IV lines of Silicium
On the photographic spectrum of þCassiopeiæ.
On the Spectra of Comet α [alpha] 1890 and the Nebula G.C. 4058
"On the spectra of meteor-swarms (Group III)."
On the variable stars of the [delta] Cephei class.
On the Wave length of the chief Fluting seen in the Spectrum of Manganese
Pierwsze początki astronomii
Prelim. report on the results obtained with the prismatic camera during the eclipse of 1896.
Recent and coming eclipses, being notes on the total solar eclipses of 1893, 1896, and 1898
Recherches sur les spectres des météorites
Remarks on a new map of the solar spectrum.
Remarks on the recent eclipse of the sun as observed in the United States.
Report on the total solar eclipse of April 6, 1875
Researches on the chemical origins of various lines in solar and stellar spectra. Being the results of investigations made at the Solar physics observatory, South Kensington, after discussion
Royal college of science, London, with which is incoroporated the Royal school of mines., The
Solar Activity, 1833-1900, The
Southern hemisphere surface-air circulation: being a study of the mean monthly pressure amplitudes, the tracks of the anticyclones and cyclones, and the meteorological records of several Antarctic expeditions.
spectroscope and its applications. -, The
Spectroscopic comparison of metals present in certain terrestrial and celestial light-sources (with special reference to vanadium and titanium).
Spectroscopic observation of the sun N2, 3, 4, 5
Spectroskop und seine Anwendungen, eine übersichtliche Darstellung des gesammten Gebietes der Spectralanalyse, von J. N. Lockyer,... Eingeführt und bevorwortet durch Dr. H. Schellen...
Stargazing past and present
Statement made by the Solar physics committee in June 1909, with special reference to the present and future position of the observatory;
Stonehenge and other British stone monuments astronomically considered. -
Studies in spectrum analysis
sun's place in nature, The
Sun's spotted Area, 1832-1900 A Statement of the Mean Daily Area in Each Synodic Rotation of the Sun, Based upon Data Colected at the Solar Physics Observatory, South Kensington, The
Surveying for archaeologists. -
Technical education : portion of speech delivered by sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., LL.D. at the Borough Polytechnic.
Total Eclipse of the Sun, May 28, 1900 : Account of the Observations made by the Solar Physics Observatory Eclipse Expedition and the Officers and Men of HMS "Theseus" at Santa Pola, Spain
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