Dubyago Dmitri Ivanovich( professor of astronomy at the University of Kazan)
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Biography Dubyago Dmitri Ivanovich
Born in 1849. in Mogilev province. Having received his early education in Gatchina Institute, he entered the Physics and Mathematics of St. Petersburg University. Upon completing the degree candidate on the university to prepare for a professorship. In 1873, Mr.. Dubyago was seconded to the Pulkovo Observatory, which was first supernumerary, and since 1878. Associate Astronomer. In 1881 - 1884 years lectured at St. Petersburg University as privat-docent. In 1884, Mr.. Dubyago appointed full professor and director of the Observatory in Kazan. Known to his thesis: "Investigation of the satellite's orbit of Neptune" (1878) and "Theory of motion of the planet Diana" (1880). Small article Dubyago places in the "Proceedings of the Kazan Physico-Mathematical Society". In addition, under his editorial published in 1885 and 1887 two volumes of observations Kazan Observatory "Observations des etoiles". V. V. In.