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Albert Curtz (Curtius in Latin; 1600, Munich – December 19, 1671, Munich), was a German astronomer and member of the Society of Jesus. He expanded on the works of Tycho Brahe and used the pseudonym of Lucius Barrettus.
It is interesting to note that the Latin version of the name Albert Curtz, Albertus Curtius is an anagram of his pseudonym, Lucius Barretus.
He published Historia coelestis [ex libris commentariis manuscriptis observationum vicennalium viri generosi Tichonis Brahe] and Augustae Vindelicorum, Simonem Utzschneiderum in 1666.
The crater Curtius on the Moon was named after him.
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- Nobre, Sérgio R. (2007) http://www.rbhm.org.br/issues/RBHM%20-%20Festschrift/26%20-%20Sergio%20-%20final.pdf
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