See also:lat . +59° 20' 33.0", long . 1 h . 12 in . 14.0 s . E., is under the Academy of Sciences . Founded in 1750 . Meridian circle by Ertel of 41-in. ap.; 71-in. vis. and 64-in. phot. refr. by
See also:Repsold .
See also:Upsala, univ. obs., lat . +59° 51' 29'4", long . I h . Io m .
30.1 s . E . Founded in 1730, but very little was done until the obs. acquired a 9-in. refr. by Steinheil, which was used by
See also:Schultz for micrometric obs. of nebulae. phot. and I4-in. vis refr. by Steinheil . Lund, univ. obs., lat . +55° 41' 52.0", long o h . 52 m . 45.0 s . E . Built in 1866; 91-in. refr., o.g. by Merz; meridian circle by Repsold of 61-in ap .
See also:Christiania, univ. obs., lat . +59° 54' 44.0", long, o h . 42 m .
53.6 s.E . Erected in 1831; meridian circle by Ertel of 4-in. ap.; 7-in. refr. by Merz .
See also:Copenhagen, univ. obs . Founded in 1641 on the top of a high tower, lat . +55° 40' 53'0", long . 0 h . 50 m . 19.8 s . E . The locality was so very unsuitable that O . Romer (the inventor of the transit instrument and
See also:modern equat., d . 1710) established his own obs. at Vridlosemagle, at some distance from the city .
A new obs. was erected in 1861, lat.+55°4e 12.0", long. o h . 5o m.18.7s.E., furnished with a refr. by Merz of 11-in. ap., with which H . L. d'Arrest made obs. of nebulae, and a meridian circle by Pistor and Martins of 41-in. ap . Later the refr. was replaced by a 14-in. vis. and 8-in. phot. refr. by Steinheil . Copenhagen, Urania obs . (private), lat . +55° 41' 19'2", long. o h . 5o m . 9.1 s . E . Established 1898; refr. by Cooke .
SWEDENBORG (or SWEDBERG), EMANUEL (1688-1772)
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