Thesaurus / astronomer
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The Sabbath-school teacher, and not the astronomer, is the proper person to correct such errors.

Without hesitation they appointed him astronomer and surveyor of the North-West Company.

With more certainty than the illustrious Roman astronomer, Barbicane was enabled to recognize their nature.

The fact is that Christianity was in existence for fifteen hundred years before there was an astronomer in Christendom.

We put up in an excellent hotel kept by M. Arago, the brother of the great French astronomer.

Indeed, I may take this opportunity of remarking that no astronomer has yet succeeded in ascertaining the distance of any nebula.

The slit over the telescope was open, which showed that the astronomer was at work.

He was famed as a mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher not only in his native land but in every European center of learning.

Bradley affirmed that it would, and communicated his prediction to a French astronomer, Le Monnier.

Everyday ObjectsW. H. Davenport Adams

The observations the astronomer makes use of to determine these instants of time are upon the "clock stars."

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