Claude-Louis Mathieu

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Claude-Louis Mathieu
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Claude-Louis Mathieu
Born 25 November 1783
Mâcon
Died 5 March 1875
Paris
Nationality France
Known for distance of the stars
Scientific career
Fields mathematics
astronomy
Institutions Bureau des Longitudes

Claude-Louis Mathieu or Louis Mathieu (25 November 1783 in Mâcon – 5 March 1875 in Paris) was a French mathematician and astronomer who began his career as an engineer. He worked with the Bureau des Longitudes and tried to determine the distance of the stars.

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