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Petr Inohodtsev

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Date of Birth: 02/12/1742

Age: 64

Citizenship: Russia

Background

Pacers (Peter B.) - academician (1742 - 1806), studied at the Academic Gymnasium and was sent to Gottingen to improve astronomy; on his return (1768) defined an associate astronomy at the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences. However, George Lovitz, in 1769, saw the fortress Guryev (in the Urals), the transit of Venus before the sun; then he engaged in astronomical observations in Tsaritsyn and Saratov (1770 - 1773) and barely escaped from Pugachev, who hung up his companion, Lovitz. In 1779, already an extraordinary academician, traveled to southern Russia to determine the geographical location of many cities. Returning in 1783 in St. Petersburg, determined academician and professor of astronomy. There was one time the inspector censor and academic high school in Riga (since 1797), and since 1800 again zanV 1779 already extraordinary academician, traveled to southern Russia to determine the geographical location of many cities. Returning in 1783 in St. Petersburg, determined academician and professor of astronomy. There was one time the inspector censor and academic high school in Riga (since 1797), and since 1800, he took up an academic chair again.

Observations and Inohodtseva article published in "Commentary Academy" in the "Historical calendars" and "New Monthly Compositions" ( "Description of the Caspian Sea"). Translated from Yudin "universal arithmetic" Euler (SPb., 1768 and 1788), the first two parts of "Initial foundations of mathematics" Kestner, participated in the translation of "natural history" of Buffon. He participated in the work of the Russian Academy for compiling a dictionary of Russian yazyka.yal academic chair. Observations and Inohodtseva article published in "Commentary Academy" in the "Historical calendars" and "New Monthly Compositions" ( "Description of the Caspian Sea", h. 33). Translated from Yudin "Universal Arithmetic" Euler (Ch 2, St. Petersburg., 1768 and 1788), the first two parts of "Initial foundations of mathematics" Kestner, was involved in the translation of "natural history" of Buffon. The "Memoires de l` Academie "(T. II - IX) placed Petrov:" Exstaits des observations meteorologiques faites a S.-Petersburg par Inokhodzoff ". About him: in the "History of the Russian Academy" M. Sukhomlinov