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Peters discovered 17 NGC objects with the 13.5" f/13.3 Spencer refractor at Litchfield observatory, Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y. (erected in 1858).
Peters is mentioned as co-observer by Dreyer for NGC 475 (Marth No. 43), NGC 3328 (Tempel), and NGC 4116 (Lord Rosse III).
Peters also found the galaxy NGC 4182 in Virgo, but it is identical to NGC 4180 (W.
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  Friedrich William Christians / Deutsche Bank (person) - Banking-accounts.org
Christians was born as a son of an engineer and participated in the Second World War as a soldier, last in East Prussia.
Christians was the last member of the board of the German bank, who had its job at the king avenue, before the executive committee took its seat completely in Frankfurt/Main.
Christians occurred with the consultation of Minister of Finance Theo Waigel for the monetary union of the two German states against the conversion course 1:1 the ostmark to DM.
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Heinrich Friedrich Karl, baron von und zum Stein Heinrich Friedrich Karl, baron von und zum Stein (statesman, was born a...
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 C&MS: 80P/Peters-Hartley
Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters (Capodimonte Observatory, Naples, Italy) discovered this comet on 1846 June 26.92, in Libra.
Peters confirmed his discovery on June 27.87 and June 28.94.
Later in the year, Heinrich Ludwig d'Arrest (Berlin, Germany) computed two different sets of parabolic elements, neither of which satisfactorily represented the observations, but did meet with success with an elliptical orbit.
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 History-KOF-Ancestors-Chapter7
One of these descendents, Heinrich Christian, Count von Baudissin (88), was married to Susanne Magdalene Countess von Zinzendorff (89).
A son of Heinrich Christian Baudissin, Heinrich Friedrich (44), the father of Carl Christian, was at some time the ambassador of the King of Denmark at the court of the King of Prussia.
Caroline Tugendreich’s husband, Heinrich Carl Schimmelmann (90), was born in 1724 in a small city in Pomerania, north of Berlin, as the youngest son of a prosperous merchant.
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 Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters (September 19, 1813 July 18, 1890) was an American astronomer, and one of the first to discover asteroids.
Not to be confused with the German astronomer Christian August Friedrich Peters (1806–1880).
He was born in Schleswig-Holstein, then part of Denmark but later part of Germany, and later studied under Carl Friedrich Gauss.
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 Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters (September 19, 1813 – July 18, 1890) was an American astronomer, and one of the first to discover asteroids.
Not to be confused with the German astronomer Christian August Friedrich Peters (1806–1880).
He was born in Schleswig-Holstein, then part of Denmark but later part of Germany, and later studied under Carl Friedrich Gauss.
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 History-KOF-Ancestors-Full-print-version
The wife of Adolph Heinrich Friedrichs (16), Harma Christine Arnd (17) was the daughter of Hinrich Arnd (34), whose father, Ludwig (68) and grandfather Andreas Arnd (136) were shepherds and serfs of the Count of Putbus.
A brother, Friedrich Christian Rosenthal, was a professor of anatomy at the university in Greifswald and later in Berlin.
Christian Stürmer (54) was a teacher and rector at the gymnasium in Züllichau, a city in the South East of Brandenburg, for many years before he got a position as a minister.
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Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) was a German mathematician, a giant among mathematical giants.
Heinrich Wilhelm Matthäus Olbers (1758–1840) was a German astronomer and physician.
Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters (1813-1890), born in Denmark, was a professional astronomer who studied under Carl Friedrich Gauss.
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 Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters, September 19, 1813—July 18, 1890 | By William Sheehan | Biographical Memoirs
Peters was abruptly relieved of his post at the Geodetic Survey and escaped by English ship to Malta, but later claimed he returned to Sicily to help General Ladislaw Mieroslawski, a Polish soldier of fortune who had led rebellions in Poland and Germany, to fortify the towns of Catania and Messina.
Peters was a remarkable linguist, fluent in modern European languages and also in Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, and Turkish (he once published a scientific paper in Turkish, an achievement few European scientists could boast).
Peters, on the high ground, was favored with at least short intervals in which the Sun "shot out from between the clouds," and succeeded in getting a good timing of the first internal contact of the planet with the Sun's disk.
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 Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters Information
Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters (September 19, 1813 – July 18, 1890) was an American astronomer, and one of the first to discover asteroids.
Not to be confused with the German astronomer Christian August Friedrich Peters (1806–1880).
He was born in Schleswig-Holstein, then part of Denmark but later part of Germany, and later studied under Carl Friedrich Gauss.
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 Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters, September 19, 1813—July 18, 1890 | By William Sheehan | Biographical Memoirs
Peters was abruptly relieved of his post at the Geodetic Survey and escaped by English ship to Malta, but later claimed he returned to Sicily to help General Ladislaw Mieroslawski, a Polish soldier of fortune who had led rebellions in Poland and Germany, to fortify the towns of Catania and Messina.
Peters was a remarkable linguist, fluent in modern European languages and also in Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, and Turkish (he once published a scientific paper in Turkish, an achievement few European scientists could boast).
Peters, on the high ground, was favored with at least short intervals in which the Sun "shot out from between the clouds," and succeeded in getting a good timing of the first internal contact of the planet with the Sun's disk.
books.nap.edu /html/biomems/cpeters.html   (5178 words)

  
 List of astronomers - Simple English Wikipedia
Friedrich Wilhelm August Argelander (Germany, 1799 – 1875)
Heinrich Wilhelm Matthäus Olbers (Germany, 1758 – 1840)
Friedrich Georg Wilhelm (von) Struve (Germany, Russia, 1793 – 1864)
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 Lauver-Davis and all families
(2) Friedrich (or Jacob?)Mangold and Elsbeth (Elisabeth?) Rippstein.
Heinrich MANGOLD was born in Dec 1580 in Switzerland.
Heinrich MANGOLD was born in Mar 1584 in Switzerland.
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 CTheory.net
It was not until the arrival of the codex in parchment, used first by the library of Persimmon for circumventing the Egyptian papyrus monopoly, and by Christians since 140 AD, that indexing by location, sheets and finally sides, became possible.
What was left was the agricultural product, parchment, on which monks were constrained to copy the censored Christian version of what was contained on papyrus, while in the Byzantine Empire the flaw of written commands from all past emperors coagulated into the legislation of the Codex.
Rasenkronz Kar Gearg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegels Leben Berin 1844
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 Peters Family Crest
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Abraham Peter came to America in 1770; Henry Peter settled in Philadelphia, Pa. in 1739; Johannes Peter, age 40; arrived in Charles Town, S. in 1766.
In the Peters coat of arms as in all coat of arms the crest is only one element of the full armorial achievement.
The Peters Family Crest was drawn according to heraldic standards based on published blazons.
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geboren 21.03.1827, Hardersbyfeld, Heirat (1) 19.06.1853, Thomas Friedrich Petersen, Nr.
geboren 17.02.1844, Schleswig, Heirat (1) 26.07.1863, in Schleswig, Adolf Ernst Friedrich Johannsen, Nr.
54, Schleswig, Heirat (2) Paul Heinrich Carl Schmidt.
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