1899 in science
The year 1899 in science involved some significant events, listed below.
447 Valentine
447 Valentine is a large Main belt asteroid.It was discovered by Max Wolf and A. Schwassmann on October 27, 1899 in Heidelberg.
450 Brigitta
450 Brigitta is a typical Main belt asteroid. It is a member of the Eos family.It was discovered by Max Wolf and A. Schwassmann on October 10, 1899 in Heidelberg.
444 Gyptis
444 Gyptis is a main-belt asteroid that was discovered by J. Coggia on March 31, 1899, in Marseilles. It is classified as a C-type asteroid and is probably composed of carbonaceous material.In 2004, K...
449 Hamburga
449 Hamburga is a large Main belt asteroid that was discovered by German astronomers Max Wolf and A. Schwassmann on October 31, 1899 in Heidelberg. It is classified as a C-type asteroid and is probabl...
Daensen folding chair
The Daensen folding chair consists of the metallic remains of a folding chair which were discovered in 1899 in sand from a Bronze Age tumulus near Daensen, a part of Buxtehude, Lower Saxony, Germany. ...
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Phoebe (moon)
Phoebe (/ˈfiːbiː/; Greek: Φοίβη) is an irregular satellite of Saturn a little over 200 km in diameter. It is thought to be a captured planetesimal from the Kuiper belt. It was discovered by Willi...
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443 Photographica
443 Photographica is a typical Main belt asteroid. It is classified as an S-type asteroid. It was discovered by Max Wolf and A. Schwassmann on February 17, 1899 in Heidelberg.
1899 in archaeology
The year 1899 in archaeology involved some significant excavations.
1899 in paleontology
Paleontology, palaeontology or palæontology (from Greek: paleo, "ancient"; ontos, "being"; and logos, "knowledge") is the study of prehistoric life forms on Earth through the examination of plant and ...
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448 Natalie
448 Natalie is a typical Main belt asteroid.It was discovered by Max Wolf and A. Schwassmann on October 27, 1899 in Heidelberg.
V606 Aquilae
V606 Aquilae was a nova, which lit up in the constellation Aquila in 1899. It reached 5.5 magnitude.
Great Blizzard of 1899
The Great Blizzard of 1899 was an unprecedented winter weather event that affected the southern United States. What made it historic was both the severity of winter weather and the extent of the U.S. ...
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445 Edna
445 Edna is a large Main belt asteroid.It was discovered by E. F. Coddington on October 2, 1899 at Mount Hamilton, California. It was his third and final asteroid discovery.It was discovered almost a ...
442 Eichsfeldia
442 Eichsfeldia is a large main belt asteroid that was discovered by German astronomers Max Wolf and A. Schwassmann on February 15, 1899 in Heidelberg. It is classified as a C-type asteroid and is pro...
452 Hamiltonia
452 Hamiltonia is an asteroid. It was discovered by James Edward Keeler on December 6, 1899, but was then lost until 1987. Its provisional name was 1899 FD. The asteroid is named for Mount Hamilton,...
1899 San Ciriaco hurricane
1899 San Ciriaco hurricane, also known as the 1899 Puerto Rico Hurricane, was the longest-lived Atlantic hurricane on record. The third tropical cyclone and first major hurricane of the season, this s...
1899 San Ciriaco hurricane - Wikipedia
Siboga Expedition
The Siboga Expedition was a Dutch zoological and hydrographic expedition to Indonesia from March 1899 to February 1900.The leader of the expedition was Max Carl Wilhelm Weber. Other members of the cre...
Siboga Expedition - Wikipedia
Cyclone Mahina
Cyclone Mahina is the deadliest cyclone in recorded Australian history. It struck Bathurst Bay, Cape York, on 4 March 1899, and its winds and storm surge combined to kill at least around 300 people.Th...
446 Aeternitas
446 Aeternitas is a main belt asteroid. It was discovered by Max Wolf and A. Schwassmann on October 27, 1899 in Heidelberg. It is classified as an A-type asteroid. The asteroid is roughly 45 km in dia...
451 Patientia
451 Patientia is a minor planet of the asteroid belt with a diameter of 225 km, making it one of the larger asteroids in the belt. It was discovered by French astronomer Auguste Charlois on Decem...