File:Charlier, C V L 1923 (ur Astronomien i Lund 1667-1936).jpg

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Svenska: sv:Carl Charlier (1862-1934), svensk astronom och professor vid Lunds universitet.
English: en:Carl Charlier (1862-1934), Swedish astronomer and professor at Lund University.
Date
Source Knut Lundmark: Astronomien i Lund 1667-1936 - Glimtar och drag ur astronomiska institutionens liv och öden i nuvarande och gången tid (Lund 1937)
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creator QS:P170,Q6085168

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