Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (20 août 1867, Kassel - 21 septembre 1951, Bad Gastein), était un astronome allemand. Le cratère lunaire Schorr et l'astéroïde (1235) Schorria portent son nom.

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  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (20 août 1867, Kassel - 21 septembre 1951, Bad Gastein), était un astronome allemand. Le cratère lunaire Schorr et l'astéroïde (1235) Schorria portent son nom.
  • Ри́хард Шорр (нем. Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr, 1867—1951) — немецкий астроном.
  • リヒャルト・ラインハルト・エミール・ショール(Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr、1867年8月20日 - 1951年9月21日)はドイツの天文学者である。カッセルに生まれた。1889年から1891年の間、キール天文台で、天文雑誌『アストロノミシェ・ナハリヒテン』(Astronomische Nachrichten)の編集にたずさわり、1902年から1941年の間ゲオルグ・リュムカーの後を継いで、ハンブルク天文台の所長を務めた。1913年から1940年の間、デンマークの天文学者、ホルガー・ティエレと協力して、1700枚以上の天体写真をとり、彗星や小惑星の探索や軌道の決定に用いた。発見した天体には周期彗星のD/1918 W1 ショール彗星がある。バート・ガスタインで没した。月のクレータ、小惑星(1235)ショーリア(Schorria)に命名されている。小惑星(725)アマンダはショールの妻の名前に因んで命名された。
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (20 de agosto de 1867, Kassel - 21 de septiembre de 1951, Bad Gastein, Salzburgo), fue un astrónomo alemán. El cráter lunar Schorr y el asteroide Schorria están nombrados en su honor. Desde 1889 a 1891, Schorr trabajó como un editor asistente de Astronomische Nachrichten, en el observatorio de Kiel. En 1892 Schorr se convirtió en observador en el Hamburger Sternwarte, donde tras la muerte de George Rümker terminó siendo su director.Los principales intereses de Schorr fueron las posiciones (astrometría) y movimiento propio de las estrellas y las observaciones de los eclipses solares. Schorr inició varios proyectos de catalogación (el más popular es el AGK2). Desde 1905 a 1928 Schorr organizó 8 grandes expediciones para observar eclipses solares en diferentes partes del mundo, formado parte, el mismo, de siete de ellas.The observations for the AGK2 took place between 1913 and 1920. Several astronomers at Hamburg observatory took more than 1700 photographic plates. After measuring the plates Schorr and the Danish astronomer Holger Thiele used them too for searching and position determination of comets and asteroids. They discovered 30 new asteroids and one new comet, D/1918 W1 (Schorr), during this time.Under Schorr's directorship the optician Bernhard Schmidt got rooms and time to experiment with new optical assemblies. Schmidt constructed several new telescope constructions for the observatory. In 1930 Schmidt invented the Schmidt camera, a telescope with a very wide field of view and free from image elongations in the plate edges far from the optical axis. Schorr urged Schmidt to build the first Schmidt Camera at Bergedorf observatory.In the Nazi time Schorr had to resign the directorship due to his age. His first choice candidate as his follower was Walter Baade who refused because of better astronomical working conditions at Mt. Wilson and Palomar observatory which was under construction. Despite to the wishes of Nazi organisations Schorr could call Otto Heckmann as his follower in 1941.
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (* 20. August 1867 in Kassel; † 21. September 1951 in Bad Gastein, Österreich) war ein deutscher Astronom.
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (ur. 20 sierpnia 1867 w Kassel, zm. 21 września 1951 w Badgastein) – niemiecki astronom. Studiował w Berlinie i Monachium. W latach 1889-1891 pracował jako asystent w czasopiśmie Astronomische Nachrichten, wydawanym w Kilonii. W 1902 został dyrektorem Obserwatorium w Hamburgu. Odkrył dwie planetoidy oraz kometę D/Schorr (D/1918 W1).Jego imieniem nazwano krater Schorr na Księżycu oraz asteroidę (1235) Schorria. Imieniem jego żony Amandy Schorr nazwano planetoidę (725) Amanda.== Przypisy ==
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (Cassel, 20 agosto 1867 – Bad Gastein, 21 settembre 1951) è stato un astronomo tedesco.Dal 1889 al 1891 fu assistente editore dell'Astronomische Nachrichten all'Osservatorio di Kiel. Nel 1899, alla morte di George Rümker, divenne direttore dell'Osservatorio di Amburgo dove era entrato nel 1892 come osservatore. Sotto la sua direzione si portò a compimento nel 1912 la costruzione di un secondo edificio nei sobborghi della città.Schorr concentrò i propri studi sull'astrometria, la misurazione dei valori di moto proprio e l'osservazione delle eclissi solari. Creò cataloghi di vari oggetti celesti, il più noto dei quali è l'AGK2. Organizzò otto spedizioni per l'osservazioni di eclissi, prendendo parte a 7 di esse.Le osservazioni per il catalogo AGK2 si basarono sull'esame di oltre 1700 lastre fotografiche ottenute tra il 1913 e il 1920. Schorr e Holger Thiele usarono le stesse laste anche per individuare nuovi asterodi e comete.Sotto la sua direzione, Bernhard Schmidt ebbe la possibilità di sperimentare nuovi sistemi ottici che portarono a poter dotare l'osservatorio di nuovi telescopi. Nel 1930 gli esperimenti culminarono nell'invenzione del primo Telescopio Schmidt.Nel 1941, per raggiunti limiti di età, rassegnò le dimissioni scegliendo dapprima come successore Walter Baade, che preferì restare all'Osservatorio di Monte Wilson negli Stati Uniti, e poi Otto Heckmann.Il Minor Planet Center gli accredita la scoperta di 2 asteroidi, effettuate tra il 1917 e il 1932. Scoprì inoltre la cometa, poi perduta, D/1918 W1 (Schorr).Gli sono stati dedicati l'asteroide 1235 Schorria e il cratere Schorr sulla Luna.
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (August 20, 1867, Kassel - September 21, 1951, Badgastein, Salzburg), was an astronomer. The lunar crater Schorr and the asteroid 1235 Schorria are named after him. From 1889 to 1891, Schorr worked as an assistant editor of Astronomische Nachrichten, at the observatory at Kiel. In 1892 Schorr became observer (observator) at the Hamburger Sternwarte (Hamburg Observatory) Schorr was the director of the Hamburger Sternwarte (Hamburg Observatory). The former director George Rümker had started the movement of the observatory to the outer parts of Hamburg but went serious ill and died in 1899. After Rümker's death Schorr became director. The building of Germany's second largest observatory in Hamburg-Bergedorf at that time became his task. The new observatory opened in 1912.Schorr's main interests had been star positions (astrometry), proper motion of stars and solar eclipse observations.Schorr initiated many catalog projects (most popular is the AGK2). From 1905 to 1928 Schorr organized 8 big expeditions to observe solar eclipses at different parts in the world. At 7 he took part himself.The observations for the AGK2 took place between 1913 and 1920. Several astronomers at Hamburg observatory took more than 1700 photographic plates. After measuring the plates Schorr and the Danish astronomer Holger Thiele used them too for searching and position determination of comets and asteroids. They discovered 30 new asteroids and one new comet, D/1918 W1 (Schorr), during this time.Under Schorr's directorship the optician Bernhard Schmidt got rooms and time to experiment with new optical assemblies. Schmidt constructed several new telescope constructions for the observatory. In 1930 Schmidt invented the Schmidt camera, a telescope with a very wide field of view and free from image elongations in the plate edges far from the optical axis. Schorr urged Schmidt to build the first Schmidt Camera at Bergedorf observatory.In the Nazi time Schorr had to resign the directorship due to his age. His first choice candidate as his follower was Walter Baade who refused because of better astronomical working conditions at Mt. Wilson and Palomar observatory which was under construction. Despite to the wishes of Nazi organisations Schorr could call Otto Heckmann as his follower in 1941.
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  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (20 août 1867, Kassel - 21 septembre 1951, Bad Gastein), était un astronome allemand. Le cratère lunaire Schorr et l'astéroïde (1235) Schorria portent son nom.
  • Ри́хард Шорр (нем. Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr, 1867—1951) — немецкий астроном.
  • リヒャルト・ラインハルト・エミール・ショール(Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr、1867年8月20日 - 1951年9月21日)はドイツの天文学者である。カッセルに生まれた。1889年から1891年の間、キール天文台で、天文雑誌『アストロノミシェ・ナハリヒテン』(Astronomische Nachrichten)の編集にたずさわり、1902年から1941年の間ゲオルグ・リュムカーの後を継いで、ハンブルク天文台の所長を務めた。1913年から1940年の間、デンマークの天文学者、ホルガー・ティエレと協力して、1700枚以上の天体写真をとり、彗星や小惑星の探索や軌道の決定に用いた。発見した天体には周期彗星のD/1918 W1 ショール彗星がある。バート・ガスタインで没した。月のクレータ、小惑星(1235)ショーリア(Schorria)に命名されている。小惑星(725)アマンダはショールの妻の名前に因んで命名された。
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (* 20. August 1867 in Kassel; † 21. September 1951 in Bad Gastein, Österreich) war ein deutscher Astronom.
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (ur. 20 sierpnia 1867 w Kassel, zm. 21 września 1951 w Badgastein) – niemiecki astronom. Studiował w Berlinie i Monachium. W latach 1889-1891 pracował jako asystent w czasopiśmie Astronomische Nachrichten, wydawanym w Kilonii. W 1902 został dyrektorem Obserwatorium w Hamburgu. Odkrył dwie planetoidy oraz kometę D/Schorr (D/1918 W1).Jego imieniem nazwano krater Schorr na Księżycu oraz asteroidę (1235) Schorria.
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (20 de agosto de 1867, Kassel - 21 de septiembre de 1951, Bad Gastein, Salzburgo), fue un astrónomo alemán. El cráter lunar Schorr y el asteroide Schorria están nombrados en su honor. Desde 1889 a 1891, Schorr trabajó como un editor asistente de Astronomische Nachrichten, en el observatorio de Kiel.
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (Cassel, 20 agosto 1867 – Bad Gastein, 21 settembre 1951) è stato un astronomo tedesco.Dal 1889 al 1891 fu assistente editore dell'Astronomische Nachrichten all'Osservatorio di Kiel. Nel 1899, alla morte di George Rümker, divenne direttore dell'Osservatorio di Amburgo dove era entrato nel 1892 come osservatore.
  • Richard Reinhard Emil Schorr (August 20, 1867, Kassel - September 21, 1951, Badgastein, Salzburg), was an astronomer. The lunar crater Schorr and the asteroid 1235 Schorria are named after him. From 1889 to 1891, Schorr worked as an assistant editor of Astronomische Nachrichten, at the observatory at Kiel. In 1892 Schorr became observer (observator) at the Hamburger Sternwarte (Hamburg Observatory) Schorr was the director of the Hamburger Sternwarte (Hamburg Observatory).
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