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Fri Mar 21 17:14:36 2014 UTClccn-n878226120.00Victorian meteorological statistics based on all available records obtained at 1,046 official stations from January, 1856 to December 1907 /0.711.00Melbourne astrographic catalogue, 1900°0. Rectangular coordinates and diameters of star images from photographs taken and measured under the direction of R. L. J. Ellery and Pietro Baracchi77835744Pietro_Baracchin 878226121830985Baracchi, Pietro, b. 1851Baracchi, Pietro Paolo Giovanni Ernesto, 1851-lccn-n87822608Melbourne Observatorylccn-n87822621Ellery, R. L. J.(Robert Lewis John)1827-1908lccn-n2007030042Catani, Carlo1852-1918lccn-n2007030046Checchi, Ettoreapproximately 1859-1946lccn-n2007030030Volpe, Daniela1974-lccn-n78027750Gatt-Rutter, Johnnp-genovesi, pieroGenovesi, Pierolccn-n79112416Baldwin, J. M.(Joseph Mason)1878-1945nc-victoria$government astronomers officeVictoriaGovernment Astronomer's Officeviaf-212789857Ellery, Robert L.J.Baracchi, Pietro1851-CatalogsPeriodicalsObservationsConference proceedingsStarsVictoriaBaracchi, Pietro,AstronomersItaliansImmigrantsEngineersItalyChecchi, Ettore,Catani, Carlo,Melbourne ObservatoryMeteorologyMeteorology--ObservationsAustraliaSolar eclipsesGeomagnetismAstrographic catalog and chartSouth AustraliaAustralasian Association for the Advancement of ScienceItaly--TuscanyBoundariesEmigration and immigration--Social aspectsClimatologyEmigration and immigration--Economic aspectsMeteorologistsAstronomyCartography1851192618951896189819101911191719191955200020051352328523.89QB6472ocn013373982book19170.95Melbourne ObservatoryThird Melbourne general catalogue of 3068 stars for the equinox 1890, from observations made at Melbourne observatory during the period 1884.7 to 1894.0Catalogs202ocn006593386book0.95Melbourne ObservatoryAstrographic catalogue, 1900.0. Rectangular co-ordinates and diameters of star images, from photos. taken and measuredCatalogs81ocn221683826serial0.81Record of results of observations in meteorology and terrestrial magnetism made at the Melbourne Observatory, and at other localities in the colony of Victoria, AustraliaPeriodicalsObservations72ocn187881963serial0.81Results of observations in meteorology and terrestrial magnetism made at the Melbourne Observatory and other localities in the State of Victoria, AustraliaPeriodicals41ocn220345133book19190.47Melbourne ObservatoryVictorian meteorological statistics bases on all available records obtained at 1,046 official stations from January, 1856, to December, 1907 ...41ocn219796804book19100.47The Total eclipse of the sun of 9th May, 1910 : instructions to observers and notes31ocn064487771book19170.47Third Melbourne general catalogue of 3068 stars for the equinox 1890, from observations made at Melbourne Observatory, during the period 1884.7 to 1894.032ocn063660973book1.00Sydney (N.S.W.)Melbourne astrographic catalogue, 1900°0. Rectangular coordinates and diameters of star images from photographs taken and measured under the direction of R. L. J. Ellery and Pietro BaracchiCatalogs21ocn271100588book1919Baracchi, PietroVictorian meteorological statistics based on all available records obtained at 1,046 official stations from January, 1856 to December 190721ocn650937193book0.47Rectangular co-ordinates and diameters of star-images from photographs11ocn046997470book1.00Melbourne ObservatoryThird Melbourne general catalogue of 3068 stars for the equinox 1890. Appendix, 1-2Catalogs11ocn794808777book1895Baracchi, PietroOn the most probable value and error of Australian longitudes, including that of the boundary lines of South Australia with Victoria and New South WalesConference proceedings11ocn220996736bookBaracchi, PietroThe stars on the ensign of the Australian Commonwealth11ocn050037415book19110.47Baracchi, PietroResults of observations in meteorology and terrestrial magnetism : made at the Melbourne Observatory and other localities in the state of Victoria, Australia, from the 1st of July to the 31st of December, 190511ocn164873183book19550.10Melbourne astrographic Catalogue 1900 011ocn071105242book18981.00Baracchi, PietroCloud observations in Victoria11ocn254960352book19170.47Ellery, Robert Lewis JohnThird Melbourne General Catalogue of 3068 stars for the equinox 1890, from observations made at Melbourne Observatory during the peroid 1884 to 1894 under the direction of R. L. J. Ellery, rev. and prepared for press under the direction of Pietro Baracchi11ocn224243651book0.94Melbourne ObservatoryMelbourne astrographic catalogue 1900.0 : Rectangular co-ordinates and diameters of star images, from photographsCatalogs11ocn804676125book1896Baracchi, PietroMagnetic work in AustraliaObservations01ocn315704232book1898Baracchi, PietroCloud observations in Victoria. Read before the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science, January, 1898242ocn173655304book20050.29Volpe, DanielaFrom Tuscany to Victoria : the life and work of Pietro Baracchi, Carlo Catani, Ettore ChecchiHistoryBiography+-+654550224532411ocn225851367bookBaracchi, PietroPapersArchivesPapers relating to the personal and public life of Baracchi include diaries, scientific notes, records of field trips, photographs and pamphlets. The diaries are of his retirement trip to Europe (1922-1925), a diary kept at the meeting of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science in Sydney (1898), a diary relating to the astronomical observatory at Mt Stromlo (1911-1913), notes on Baracchi's tours of Victoria, notes of his reading on astronomy including Halley's Comet, and notes relating to his son Guido, including his imprisonment. The formal and informal portraits are mainly of Pietro and his son Guido and their families11ocn271746840book20000.47Volpe, DanielaFrom Tuscany to Victoria : the life and work of Pietro Baracchi, Carlo Catani and Ettore ChecchiHistoryBiographyAnother objective was to examine the indirect and complex passage to Australia which had only briefly discussed in the past. Each one entered into a contract that existed with the New Zealand Government and a German agency that would ensure both their passage and employment when they arrived. Consequently, the dissertation includes a considerable study of immigration to New Zealand. Through the discovery of original documentation within Australia and overseas, it was confirmed that the three men soon left new Zealand and journeyed to the colony of Victoria, Australia. This new country gave them the opportunity to succeed in each of their given fields, Mr Catani and Mr Checchi as engineers and Mr Baracchi as an astronomer. Consequently each one provided a significant contribution to the development of the colony of Victoria with the most prominent and recognised work undertaken by Mr. Catani+-+6545502245324Fri Mar 21 15:55:04 EDT 2014batch12187