The Collected Works of Olbers

@article{JTheCW,
  title={The Collected Works of Olbers},
  author={D. J.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={51},
  pages={74-75}
}
GERMANY has not produced as many amateur astronomers as England has, but among them the man whose complete writings have now been published occupies a most remarkable place. Olbers was an amateur, but his work was that of a professional astronomer. Though occupied all day in the extensive practice of a physician, he devoted his nights to searching for comets, making micrometric observations of these bodies, whether found by himself or others, with the annular micrometer, an instrument the… Expand
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