Talk:John Russell Hind
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Hind married in 1896, and he and his wife had six children. He died in 1895 in Twickenham, London.
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Hind's Crimson Star The red-giant variable star R Leporis, named after the English astronomer John Russell Hind (1823–95), who remarked on
Hind's Variable Nebula A reflection nebula in Taurus, also known as NGC 1555, associated with the young, irregular variable star T Tauri. Both were discovered in 1852 by the English astronomer John Russell Hind...
Iris Asteroid 7, discovered in 1847 by the English astronomer John Russell Hind (1823–95). Iris is an S-class asteroid, of diameter 200 km. Its mean magnitude at opposition is 8.4; of the...
Flora group A complex grouping of asteroids near the inner edge of the main asteroid belt, at a mean distance of 2.2 AU from the Sun and with a mean orbital inclination of about 5°. The group is... RC711 (talk) 18:41, 23 May 2014 (UTC)