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On the back, the finder was asked to write when and where the bottle had been found and return it, either to the German Naval Observatory in Hamburg or the nearest German consulate.
Naval Observatory, Alvan Graham Clark of the famed family of instrument-makers, and the French astronomer-artist Leopold Trouvelot.
Kurdish Globe Vice President Joe Biden hosted Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi for a meeting at the Naval Observatory this morning.
Keating, an astronomer from the US Naval Observatory, conducted the around-the-world-clock experiment which is one of the main experimental tests of the Theory of Relativity.
Nick Stamatakos, from the US Naval Observatory, said: "Atomic clocks add an extra second.
Vice President Joe Biden hosted Jordanian King Abdullah II for breakfast at the Naval Observatory in Washington Wednesday.
Mary Helen Wright Greuter born; an American historian of astronomy; worked as an assistant at Vassar astronomy department; worked at Mount Wilson, the United States Naval Observatory and the Maria Mitchell Observatory.
Following discussions with Brian Mason of the US Naval Observatory, who maintains the Washington Double Star (WDS) Catalog, the writer has established that all of the entries in the cardex system have been captured in the WDS.
Joe Biden was sworn in for his second term as vice president earlier yesterday, taking the oath at his official residence at the US Naval Observatory.
June of 2004 must have seemed a very long time away in 1882, when US Naval Observatory astronomer William Harkness made this remark.
It was the greatest assemblage of intellect at the Naval Observatory everexcept when Quayle dined alone.
Naval Observatory, for the GBR area, sunset occurred at 1637, the end of civil twilight occurred at 1706, and moonset occurred at 2034.
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