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  Brucia (Asteroid) - Wikipedia
Brucia war der erste Asteroid, der auf fotografischem Wege entdeckt wurde.
Brucia bewegt sich in einem Abstand von 1,6649 (Perihel) bis 3,1003 (Aphel) astronomischen Einheiten in 3,679 Jahren auf einer exzentrischen Bahn um die Sonne.
Brucia hat einen Durchmesser von etwa 36 Kilometern.
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 Max Wolf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1888 he was awarded a Ph.D. by the University of Heidelberg, and joined the staff of that institution in 1890.
He pioneered the use of astrophotographic techniques to automate the discovery of asteroids, as opposed to older visual methods, as a result of which asteroid discovery rates sharply increased.
Interestingly, the Bruce Medal and asteroid Brucia are both named after the same person, Catherine Wolfe Bruce.
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 323 Brucia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Discovered in 1891, it was named in honor of Catherine Wolfe Bruce, a noted patroness of the science of astronomy.
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 Encyclopedia: Max Wolf   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Astrophotography is a specialised type of photography that entails taking photographs of items in the night sky such as planets, stars, and deep sky objects.
The Gold Medal is the highest award of the Royal Astronomical Society.
December 22 is the 356th day of the year (357th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar.
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 Photographic plate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Many solar system objects were discovered by using photographic plates, superseding earlier visual methods.
Discovery of minor planets using photographic plates was pioneered by Max Wolf beginning with his discovery of 323 Brucia in 1891.
The first natural satellite discovered using photographic plates was Phoebe in 1898.
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 323 Brucia Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 Brucia (Asteroid)
Brucia war der erste Asteroid der fotografischem Wege entdeckt wurde.
Brucia bewegt sich in einem Abstand 1 6649 (Perihel) bis 3 1003 (Aphel) astronomischen Einheiten 3 679 Jahren auf einer exzentrischen Bahn die Sonne.
Brucia hat einen Durchmesser von 35 Sie besitzt eine relativ helle silikathaltige Oberfläche mit einer Albedo von 0
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 Seminar will teach children self defense 03/10/04
He said that is what happened to Carlie Brucia, the young girl abducted and killed in Florida last month.
Instead of a potential danger, she saw her alleged abductor's uniform, his nice car, saw that he didn't look like her preconceived notion of a stranger and therefore did not resist as he led her away, according to Collins.
He said that like him, many parents were angered by Brucia's abduction because it wasn't just a picture or a face on a milk carton.
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 Minor Planet Lightcurve Parameters
The table contains the designation of the minor planet, the period of rotational lightcurve in hours, the (range of) amplitude observed, a reliability code, additional notes (if necessary) and references.
0.9 3 T 310 64 885 323 592 421 (289) Nenetta 6.902 0.18 3 21 553 (291) Alice 4.32 0.14-0.25 4 423 60 419 606 (292) Ludovica 8.93 0.45 3 64 (297) Caecilia * 4.163 0.20 3 105 135 (298) Baptistina 7.
0.3 1 323 (444) Gyptis 6.214 0.15 3 311 30 (445) Edna 19.97 0.21 2 498 30 (446) Aeternitas 15.85 >0.33 2 236 (449) Hamburga <0.01 318 (450) Brigitta * >10.
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 Asteroid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1891, however, Max Wolf pioneered the use of astrophotography to detect asteroids, which appeared as short streaks on long-exposure photographic plates.
This drastically increased the rate of detection compared with previous visual methods: Wolf alone discovered 248 asteroids, beginning with 323 Brucia, whereas only slightly more than 300 had been discovered up to that point.
Still, a century later, only a few thousand asteroids were identified, numbered and named.
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 323 Brucia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
323 Brucia - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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 Wolf, Max(imilian) Franz Joseph Cornelius (1863-1932)
He was among the first to show that spiral "nebulae" (now known to be galaxies) have absorption spectra typical of stars and thus differ from gaseous nebulae.
Among his asteroid discoveries was 323 Brucia (named after the benefactress who paid for his telescope), the first asteroid to be found using photography (1891), and Achilles, the first found Trojan.
Wolf also suggested the idea of the modern planetarium while advising on the new Deutsches Museum in Munich.
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 323 Brucia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
323 Brucia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
323 Brucia was the first (Any of numerous small celestial bodies composed of rock and metal that move around the sun (mainly between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter)) asteroid to be discovered by the use of (Click link for more info and facts about astrophotography) astrophotography.
It was also the first of over 200 asteroids discovered by (Click link for more info and facts about Max Wolf) Max Wolf, a pioneer in that method of finding (Click link for more info and facts about astronomical object) astronomical objects.
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 323 - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about 323   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 323 Brucia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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Wolf, 1891 } 323 Brucia was the first asteroid to be discovered by the use of astrophotography.
Discovered in 1891, it was named in honour of Catherine Wolfe Bruce, a noted patroness of the science of astronomy.
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 323 Brucia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
323 Brucia eran el primer asteroide que se descubrirá por el uso de la fotografía astronómica.
Descubierto en 1891, fue nombrada en el honor de Catherine Wolfe Bruce, patroness conocido de la ciencia de la astronomía.
English version: 323 Brucia Next: Espada de Laban Up
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 Max Wolf - Wikipedia
Er setzte konsequent auf die Astrofotografie als Beobachtungsmethode und entdeckte so bereits 1884 einen Kometen und einige Jahre darauf den Nordamerikanebel im Schwan.
Dezember 1891 fand Max Wolf als erster Astronom einen Kleinplaneten mit fotografischen Methoden, den er "(323) Brucia" zu Ehren der amerikanischen Wissenschaftsmäzenin Catherine Wolfe Bruce nannte.
Im Jahre 1898 wurde auf dem Königstuhl bei Heidelberg die neue großherzogliche Bergsternwarte eingeweiht, die heutige Landessternwarte Heidelberg-Königstuhl.
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 Brucia Asteroid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Max_Wolf, 1891 } (323) Brucia ist ein Asteroid des Asteroiden-Hauptgürtels, der am 22._Dezember 1891 von Max_Wolf entdeckt wurde.
Benannt wurde der Himmelskörper zu Ehren von Miss Catherine_Wolfe_Bruce, einer Wissenschaftsmäzenin und Förderin der Sternwarte Heidelberg.
A copy of the license is included in the section entitled
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 3 Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ten asteroids have been classified as S-type: six Mars-crossers - 323, 1750, 3267, 4558, 7002 and 1994NL2 - and four NEAs - 1036, 1685, 4954 and 7480.
Among these asteroids, one Mars-crosser, 4558 Janesick, and all four NEAs have already been observed by SMASS, and both classifications agree, as can be seen in Tables 3 and 4.
The Mars-crossers 323 Brucia and 1750 Eckert, and the NEA 1036 Ganymed have been previously classified in the Tholen taxonomy (Tholen 1989) also as S-type asteroids.
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 Computer Horizons Reports First Quarter 2004 Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The demand for cost savings is still very much apparent among our customers in this sector, and we expect solid growth here."We remain very excited about our prospects in the federal government space.
Combined RGII/AIM funded backlog sits at $25 million, while contracted (and yet unfunded) backlog is currently in the range of $200 - $210 million," added Brucia.
Chimes, Inc. * Chimes reported $5.4 million in revenue during the first quarter of 2004, a 20 percent increase over the comparable period in the prior year and a three percent sequential revenue decline.
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 eLibrary Project : 323 Brucia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 Asteroid Inroduction
By the end of the 19th century, 464 had been found.
The asteroid designated 323 Brucia, detected by Wolf in 1891, was the first to be discovered by means of photography.
The first measurements of the sizes of asteroids were made in 1894 and 1895 by the American astronomer Edward E. Barnard, who used a filar micrometer (an instrument normally employed for visual measurement of the separations of double stars) to estimate the diameters of the first four asteroids.
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 Florida Murder Caught On Video - Any and Everything about the Great State Of Florida!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding key pieces of evidence that could lead to the conviction of Joseph P. Smith in the death of 11-year-old Carlie Brucia, whose body was recovered Friday.
Smith is under arrest in the girl's abduction and murder.
Hundreds of tips from Carlie Brucia case released.
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It is our goal to utilize todays technology and increase communications to all of our members via email and our CASCWA website at www.cascwa.org.
I personally wish to thank Tom Mangione and Joe Brucia for their help with the website and to Bob Kruse, who shares in the vision of expanded technology.
Each of these students overcame significant hurdles in their lives and is now on the track to success.
www.cascwa.org /state/Intercom1003.html   (9798 words)

 Institute for the Classical Tradition | Boston University
“Studies in the Ancient Jewish Mediterranean Diaspora,” review of John M. Barclay, Jews in the Mediterranean Diaspora: From Alexander to Trajan (323 BC-117 CE) (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1996) [Louis H. Feldman], pp.
Leofranc Holford-Strevens, "Getting away with murder: the literary and forensic fortune of two Roman exempla," pp.
Margaret Brucia, “The African-American Poet, Jupiter Hammon: A Home-born Slave and his Classical Name," pp.
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You must be pursuing a degree in advertising, marketing or public relations at an accredited, four-year university.
Website: www.lagrantfoundation.org or Phone # (323) 469-8680, ext.
High school senior of Armenian descent that is in need of financial assistance is eligible to apply.
www.fresno.k12.ca.us /schools/s092/counseling/scholarships/march.htm   (1781 words)

 iDigAnswers | Florida public records and more
Most of those received no prison time for their violations, in spite of criminal histories that included beating up girlfriends, mistreating children or hitting the police officers who arrested them.
The story includes various sidebars and images of documents involving Joseph P. Smith, the man charged with killing 11-year-old Carlie Brucia in Sarasota last year.
Smith had a long criminal history and was on probation, even though he could have been jailed earlier for using drugs or not paying court fees.
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 Mom Of Murder Victim Carlie Brucia Loses Custody - www.ezboard.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mom Of Murder Victim Carlie Brucia Loses Custody Of Other Child
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Six months after 11-year-old Carlie Brucia was kidnapped and killed, the state has removed her younger brother from the custody of their mother, Susan Schorpen.
Custody of the 7-year-old boy was given to Schorpen's mother, Eileen Schorpen, in Punta Gorda on Thursday, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reported Friday.
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 Can Smith Get A Fair Trial? - www.ezboard.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
SARASOTA COUNTY -- His photo has been shown countless times on the television news, and the details of the heinous crime are known to most people in town.
Does that mean Joseph P. Smith, the man accused of abducting and killing 11-year-old Carlie Brucia, can't get a fair trail?
The question is at the heart of legal arguments over the media's access to information about the case.
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