VI. Catalogue of double stars

@article{HerschelVICO,
  title={VI. Catalogue of double stars},
  author={William Sir Herschel},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={126 - 40}
}
  • W. Herschel
  • Physics
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
The great use of Double Stars having been already pointed out in a former paper, on the Parallax of the fixed Stars, and in a latter one, on the Motion of the Solar System, I have now drawn up a second collection of 434 more, which I have found out since the first was delivered. The happy opportunity of giving all my time to the pursuit of astronomy, which it has pleased the Royal Patron of this Society to furnish me with, has put it in my power to make the present collection much more perfect… 

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