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  • something better, young man". In 1685, James Stuart becomes King James II of England. From 1677-1690, William Sancroft was the Archbishop of Canterbury.
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  • property Glorious Revolution of 1688 - a bloodless revolution that overthrew King James II of England and replaced him with William of Orange William & Mary
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  • property Glorious Revolution of 1688 - a bloodless revolution that overthrew King James II of England and replaced him with William of Orange William & Mary
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  • Stars/Sun/Locating the Sun (category History of Science)
    Flamsteed Volume 1, Institute of Physics Publishing, p. 624-627 Wayne Orchiston 1994, James Cook and the 1769 Transit OF Mercury, Carter Observatory ISSN
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  • Luddites (led by Ned Ludd) destroyed machinery in England (1811-1816). Mary Shelley published the story of Frankenstein's monster (1818). George Boole developed
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  • True Colors ... of NASA". TheEnterpriseMission Website. Retrieved 2014-02-25.  Philip James (2002). "Revealing Mars' True Colors ... of NASA". TheEnterpriseMission
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  • Radiation astronomy/History (category History of Science)
    winter solstice (some of the most prominent megaliths are located in Nabta Playa, Egypt; Mnajdra, Malta and at Stonehenge, England); Newgrange, a prehistoric
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  • Instantaneous zero-age star formation is defined by the 0 Myr grids of the H II region emission line spectrum, specifically the ionizing spectral energy
    99 KB (11,666 words) - 04:26, 3 February 2016
  • The Stewarts in History of Scotland. Then read House of Stewart. You should also read Robert II of Scotland and James I of England, and might choose to follow
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  • economic crisis of the 1780s, the Civil War, World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II. In the process of managing each of these crises, the
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  • Applied historical English linguistics (category History of Linguistics)
    Old English – Old English Corpus. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. OED = Murray, James A. H. et al. (1928ff), The Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford:
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  • patron, the Emperor Rudolf II, but actually published it in 1627. The table's findings support Kepler's laws and the theory of a heliocentric astronomy
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  • systems in a galaxy". At left is a visual negative of the LW Cassiopeia Nebula (ISM). Within the image are H II regions (red +). stars (red *), X-ray sources
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  • ed. Explorers of the southern sky: a history of Australian astronomy. The Pitt Building, Trumpington Stree, Cambridge CB2 1RP, England UK: Cambridge University
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  • ed. Explorers of the southern sky: a history of Australian astronomy. The Pitt Building, Trumpington Stree, Cambridge CB2 1RP, England UK: Cambridge University
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  • Percy JR. ed. Curriculum for the Training of Astronomers ‘’In: The Teaching of astronomy. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. http://adsabs
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  • England (pp. 7-130). [Calvert, Frederick], Gaudia poetica, Latina, Anglica, et Gallica composita ao 1769. [Augsburg]: privately printed, 1770. [ii+]
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  • Radiation astronomy/Entities (category History of Science)
    12, 2013. Retrieved 2013-07-04.  David Lucy (March 2004). "James Franklin The Science of Conjecture: evidence and probability before Pascal". Law, Probability
    105 KB (11,468 words) - 03:08, 1 February 2016
  • II stars. Primordial Population III stars are estimated to have a metallicity of less than −6.0, that is, less than a millionth of the abundance of iron
    100 KB (10,943 words) - 03:04, 1 February 2016
  • Astronomy/Sources/First (category History of Science)
    interference problems in England's defense radar systems during World War II and on one particular day noticed "the directions of maximum interference recorded
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