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The historical supernovae
Only a few civilisations throughout the world have contributed significantly to the written records of astronomical phenomena from the historical past. Pre-eminent among these must be Europe, ChinaExpand
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Historical Supernovae and Their Remnants
1. Introduction 2. Sources of historical records of galactic supernovae 3. Supernovae, Supernova Remnants and Pulsars 4. Was the Cas A supernova observed by Flamsteed in AD 1680 5. The Supernova ofExpand
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Long-term fluctuations in the Earth’s rotation: 700 BC to AD 1990
Records of solar and lunar eclipses in the period 700 BC to AD 1600, originating from the ancient and medieval civilizations of Babylon, China, Europe and the Arab world, are amassed and criticallyExpand
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A Catalogue of
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Historical Values of the Earth's Clock Error Δ and the Calculation of Eclipses
Numerous observations of the Moon, Sun and planets are recorded in ancient and medieval history. These observations which include many eclipses and lunar and planetary conjunctions frequently attractExpand
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The remnants of the supernovae of AD 185 and AD 393
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Proper-motion age dating of the progeny of Nova Scorpii AD 1437
‘Cataclysmic variables’ are binary star systems in which one star of the pair is a white dwarf, and which often generate bright and energetic stellar outbursts. Classical novae are one type ofExpand
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A revised catalogue of far eastern observations of sunspots (165BC to AD 1918)
Catalogue de references de sources historiques d'origines orientales evoquant l'observation de taches solaires a l'œil nu
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The supernova of AD 1006
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A catalogue of auroral observations from China, Korea and Japan (193 B.C. - A.D. 170)
This is the first comprehensive catalogue of auroral records from East Asia to be published in a European language. The catalogue, which extends from 193B.C. to A.D. 1770, contains nearly 850Expand
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