IV. Methodus singularis quâ solis parallaxis sive distantia à terra, ope veneris intra solem conspiciendæ, tuto determinari poterit: proposita coram Regia Societate ab Edm. Halleio J. U. D. ejusdem Societatis Secretario

@article{HalleyIVMS,
  title={IV. Methodus singularis qu{\^a} solis parallaxis sive distantia {\`a} terra, ope veneris intra solem conspiciend{\ae}, tuto determinari poterit: proposita coram Regia Societate ab Edm. Halleio J. U. D. ejusdem Societatis Secretario},
  author={Edmond Halley},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  volume={29},
  pages={454 - 464}
}
  • E. Halley
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
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