Issei Yamamoto

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Issei Yamamoto (山本 一清?, Yamamoto Issei, 1889–1959) was a Japanese astronomer.

He was professor of astronomy at Kyoto University. In 1920 he became the first president of the Oriental Astronomical Association. He was director of the Kwasan Observatory in Kyoto.


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