Peter Carl Ludwig Schwarz

Peter Carl Ludwig Schwarz[1] (Julian: 23 Mei 1822,[1] Danzig-Gdańsk – 17 September 1894; Gregorian: 4 Juni 1822 – 29 September 1894,[2] St. George's?; Dikebumikan: Tartu)[1] (yang lebih umum disebut sebagai Ludwig Schwarz),[2] adalah seorang astronom Jerman Baltik[3] dari Kekaisaran Rusia, penjelajah, dan profesor[1] astronomi di Universitas Dorpat[4] yang dianugerahi dengan Medali Konstantin dari Perhimpunan Geografi Kekaisaran Rusia.[5] Schwarz juga menerima Penghargaan Demidov[5] dari Akademi Sains St. Petersburg pada 1865 atas jasanya dalam geodesi.[5]

Peter Carl Ludwig Schwarz
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Profesor Ludwig Schwarz, pada sekitar tahun 1890
Lahir(1822-06-04)4 Juni 1822
Danzig-Gdańsk
Meninggal29 September 1894(1894-09-29) (umur 72)
St. George's?
PenghargaanMedali Emas Konstantin
Demidov Prize (1865)
Karier ilmiah
Bidangastronomi, geodesi
InstitusiUniversitas Kekaisaran Dorpat

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  1. ^ a b c d Siilivask (1985), hlm. 119.
  2. ^ a b Observatory (1894), p. 376.
  3. ^ Amur catalog entry of 2 maps.
  4. ^ Outlook (1894), p.  775.
  5. ^ a b c Tartu Observatory profile re Schwarz, website.

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Inggris:

  • Great Britain, India Office (1878), A Catalogue of Manuscript and Printed Reports, Field Books, Memoirs, Maps, etc., of the Indian Surveys, Deposited in the Map Room of the India Office. See Amur map catalogue entry appearing in the Asiatic Russia section, p. 511.
  • Mollin, Richard A. (2011), Algebraic Number Theory, Second Edition, CRC Press, ISBN 978-1-4398-4599-8 (ebook).
  • SCTLRAS (1900), Supplementary Catalogue of The Library of the Royal Astronomical Society, June 1884 – 1898, Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, London; Spottiswoode & Co., London (publisher).
  • Siilivask, Karl (1985), History of Tartu University: 1632-1982, Perioodika . This reference uses "(1822-1894)" at p. 119.

Jerman:

2 volumes: I. Die Saugethierfauna , 1862; II. Die Festlands-Ornis , 1864. From volume 2, p. 260, plate 9, figs. 1a, 1b, 1c (1863).
[English: Travel to the South of Eastern Siberia in the Years 1855-59: I. The Wildland Animal Fauna, 1862; II. The Mainland-Birds, 1864].
Collectively referred to as Reisen im Suden Ost-Sibiriens [English: Travel to the South East Siberians].

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Rusia:

  • Amur Region, 1861.
  • Amur Region, 1864.
[English: Amur catalog entry of 2 Russian maps appears in the Great Britain, India Office (1878) book at p. 511 in the section "Asiatic Russia" [noted above] as: "The Amur. KAPTA Map of the Region of the AMUR with the upper parts of the Lena and Yenisei and the Island of Saghalin Constructed from the observation of the Siberian expedition of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society by Ludwig Schwarz astronomer to the expedition St Petersburg 1861 In Russian Scale 1 1,680,000 or about 27 miles to 1 inch on 7 sheets in a cover size of each 25 inches by 31. Another edition dated 1864."]

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