See also:Polish He entered the
See also:observatory in 1789, and in 1819
See also:prince and marshal of France, son of Andrew Poniatowski and the became the director of the new observatory at Marlia near countess
See also:Theresa Kinsky, was
See also:born at Warsaw in 1763 . Adopt- Lucca, which he,
See also:left in 1825 for the observatory of the museum
See also:ing a military career, he joined the Imperial army when
See also:Austria at Florence . Here he died on the 14th of
See also:October 1831. declared war against the
See also:Turks in 1788, and distinguished Between 1801 and 1827 Pons discovered
See also:thirty-seven comets, one himself at the storming of Sabac on the 25th of
See also:April, where of which (observed on the 26th of
See also:November 1818) was named he was seriously wounded . Recalled by his
See also:King Stanis- after J . F .
See also:Encke, who determined its remarkably
See also:period . laus when the Polish army was reorganized, he received the
See also:rank See M . R . A . Henrion, Annuaire biographique, i . 288 (
See also:Paris, 1834); of major-general, and subsequently that of
See also:Roy . Astron .
See also:Soc. v . 410; R .
See also:Wolf, Geschichte der and devoted himself zealously to the improvement of the Astronomie, p . 709; J . C . Poggendorff, Biog. lit . Handworterbuch .
FRANCOIS PONSARD (1814-1867)
There are no comments yet for this article.
Do not copy, download, transfer, or otherwise replicate the site content in whole or in part.
Links to articles and home page are encouraged.