Of course I would have to investigate the astronomer, note from his wiki page:
- Christopher Columbus, in an effort to induce the natives ofJamaica to continue provisioning him and his hungry men, successfully intimidated the natives by correctly predicting a total lunar eclipse for March 1, 1504 (visible on the evening of February 29 in the Americas), using the Ephemerisof the German astronomer Regiomontanus.
Johannes Müller von Königsberg (6 June 1436 – 6 July 1476)If you read my posts over the last couple of days you'll discover an astounding "June 6
pattern-cluster, and so we have yet another addition. So the persistence is finally enough for me to investigate further. Going to the June 6 wiki page I perused through the three long lists: Notable Events, Births and Deaths, focussing only on the years consisting of 3 identical numbers at the end. I I found only one:
Note from Dard's wiki page re San-Antonio series:
founded in 1898 by Gerald DuckworthNote from Gerald Duckworth's wiki page:
So, it's now 1:46 am and so it's the 28th of September, so his birthday generates a "September 28/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.
- Gerald de l'Etang Duckworth (1870 – 28 September 1937)