Friedrich Wilhelm August
[free-drikh vil-helm ou-goo st] /ˈfri drɪx ˈvɪl hɛlm ˈaʊ gʊst/ (Show IPA), 1799–1875, German astronomer.
Historical Examples

But the appearance of Argelander’s prize-essay in 1837 changed the aspect of the question.
A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke

According to Argelander the constellation contains fifteen stars.
A Field Book of the Stars William Tyler Olcott

Modern photometric measures confirm the estimates of Al-Sufi and Argelander.
Astronomical Curiosities J. Ellard Gore

This is more than three times the Argelander number to the ninth magnitude.
The Popular Science Monthly, August, 1900 Various

It is now a pale yellow, slightly variable star near the tenth magnitude, and finds a place as such in Argelander’s charts.
A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke

This comet has an elliptic orbit, and its period, according to Argelander, is 3065 years.
Comets and Meteors Daniel Kirkwood

Herschel and Argelander have independently invented what appears to be the true method to be followed.
A Plan for Securing Observations of the Variable Stars E. C. Pickering

The latest observation of the parent nucleus was that of Argelander, April 27, at Bonn.
A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke

The entire heavens has been covered by Argelander in the northern hemisphere, and Gould in the southern—over 700,000 stars in all.
Astronomy David Todd

Argelander found its period to be 3065 years, with no greater uncertainty than 43 years.
The Story of the Solar System George F. Chambers


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