Fahrenheitº est un magazine bimensuel d’art contemporain et de style de vie qui aborde les diverses disciplines artistiques. Il a été créé à Mexico en 2003 par Rubén José Marshall Tikalova. Le magazine possède, depuis 2009, un site internet qui propose des informations sur le monde de l’art et de la culture en espagnol, anglais et français. Le magazine est destiné à tout type de public.
4169 Celsius est un astéroïde de la ceinture principale dastéroïdes. Il fut découvert par Claes-Ingvar Lagerkvist le 16 mars 1980 à La Silla. Il présente une orbite caractérisée par un demi-grand axe de 3.3912 UA, une excentricité de 0.1722 et une inclinaison de 10.0469° par rapport à lécliptique. Il fut nommé en hommage au savant suédois Anders Celsius.
Olof Celsius dit lAncien, né le 19 juillet 1670 à Uppsala dans la province dUppland en Suède et mort le 24 juin 1756, est un botaniste, théologien et orientaliste suédois, membre de lAcadémie royale des sciences de Suède.
Anders Celsius est un savant suédois né à Uppsala le 27 novembre 1701 et mort de la tuberculose dans la même ville le 25 avril 1744. Il fut professeur dastronomie à luniversité dUppsala. Il est surtout connu du grand public pour être à lorigine dune échelle relative des températures dont lunité, le degré Celsius, honore son nom.
7536 Fahrenheit est un astéroïde de la ceinture principale dastéroïdes. Il fut découvert par Yoshisada Shimizu et Takeshi Urata le 21 novembre 1995 à lobservatoire de Nachi-Katsuura. Il présente une orbite caractérisée par un demi-grand axe de 2.848 UA, une excentricité de 0.153 et une inclinaison de 12.619° par rapport à lécliptique. Il fut nommé en hommage au physicien allemand Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit est un physicien allemand à lorigine de léchelle de température qui porte son nom.
Henri IV de France, descendance sur deux degrés
Descendance masculine et féminine de Henri IV, roi de France et de Navarre Limitée pour des raisons de lisibilité à deux degrés de descendance petits-enfants. Les doublons sont listés chacun à sa place. Portail de la monarchie Portail du royaume de France
Cantique des degrés
Cantique des degrés est une oeuvre pour choeur mixte et orchestre écrite par Arvo Pärt, compositeur estonien associé au mouvement de musique minimaliste.
Rue des Degrés
Elle est intégralement constituée dun escalier qui part de la rue de Cléry pour remonter vers la rue Beauregard à quelques mètres de la porte Saint-Denis. Avec seulement 5.75 m de long, la rue des Degrés est la plus courte de Paris ; elle est large de 3.30 mètres. Les stations les plus proches sont: Bonne-Nouvelle lignes Strasbourg - Saint-Denis lignes
Rue des Grands-Degrés
Cette ancienne rue est déjà présente sur les plans de Paris datant du XIV e siècle et sappelle alors "rue Saint-Bernard" en raison de sa proximité avec le collège des Bernardins. Alors beaucoup plus longue 200 m, elle part de la rue de Bièvre et rejoint la place Maubert. Elle devient par la suite la "rue Pavée" puis, au XVIII e siècle, prend le nom de "rue des Grands DeGrez" puis "des Grands-Degrés".
Nives Zeljkovic, known by her stage name Nives Celzijus, is a Croatian model, singer, writer and most recently a TV actress. She is a current columnist for German Bild magazine and the ex-wife of the football player Dino Drpic.
Tippi Benjamine Okanti Degre is a French woman best known for spending her youth in Namibia among wild animals and tribes people. In 2002–03, she was the presenter of Around the World with Tippi, six wildlife and environmental TV documentaries.
Olof Celsius was a Swedish botanist, philologist and clergyman, He was a professor at Uppsala University, Sweden. Celsius was a mentor of the botanist and scientist Carl Linnaeus. Celsius wrote his most famous book on biblical plants, Hierobotanicon, in 1745–47. Olof Celsiuss nephew Anders Celsius was an astronomer who invented a temperature scale where 100 originally represented the freezing point of water and 0 represented the boiling point. Jean-Pierre Christin, in 1744 reversed the scale to create the centigrade scale, renamed in 1948 to the Celsius scale in use today. Olof Celsius was made a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1739.
Anders Celsius was a Swedish astronomer, physicist and mathematician. He was professor of astronomy at Uppsala University from 1730 to 1744, but traveled from 1732 to 1735 visiting notable observatories in Germany, Italy and France. He founded the Uppsala Astronomical Observatory in 1741, and in 1742 proposed the Centigrade temperature scale which was later renamed Celsius in his honor.
The Celsius scale, also known as the centigrade scale, is a temperature scale. As an SI derived unit, it is used worldwide. In the United States, the Bahamas, Belize, the Cayman Islands and Liberia, Fahrenheit remains the preferred scale for everyday temperature measurement. The degree Celsius can refer to a specific temperature on the Celsius scale or a unit to indicate a difference between two temperatures or an uncertainty. It is named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius, who developed a similar temperature scale. Before being renamed to honor Anders Celsius in 1948, the unit was called centigrade, from the Latin centum, which means 100, and gradus, which means steps. From 1743, the Celsius scale is based on 0 °C for the freezing point of water and 100 °C for the boiling point of water at 1 atm pressure. Prior to 1743, the scale was also based on the boiling and melting points of water, but the values were reversed i.e. the boiling point was at 0 degrees and the melting point was at 100 degrees. The 1743 scale reversal was proposed by Jean-Pierre Christin. By international agreement, between 1954 and 2019 the unit degree Celsius and the Celsius scale were defined by absolute zero and the triple point of Vienna Standard Mean Ocean Water VSMOW, a precisely defined water standard. This definition also precisely related the Celsius scale to the Kelvin scale, which defines the SI base unit of thermodynamic temperature with symbol K. Absolute zero, the lowest temperature possible, is defined as being exactly 0 K and −273.15 °C. Until 19 May 2019, the temperature of the triple point of water was defined as exactly 273.16 K 0.01 °C. This means that a temperature difference of one degree Celsius and that of one kelvin are exactly the same. On 20 May 2019, the kelvin was redefined so that its value is now determined by the definition of the Boltzmann constant rather than being defined by the triple point of VSMOW. This means that the triple point is now a measured value, not a defined value. The newly-defined exact value of the Boltzmann constant was selected so that the measured value of the VSMOW triple point is exactly the same as the older defined value to within the limits of accuracy of contemporary metrology. The degree Celsius remains exactly equal to the kelvin, and 0 K remains exactly −273.15 °C.
Alajos Degre, January 6, 1819 – Budapest, November 1, 1896) was Hungarian lawyer, legal historian, author and one of the key figures of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848.
7800° Fahrenheit is the second studio album by American rock band Bon Jovi. It was released on March 27, 1985, through Mercury Records. The albums title was a reference to the supposed melting point of rock, equivalent to 4313° Celsius; as the Fahrenheit scale is mainly used only in the United States, 7800° Fahrenheit thus suggested "American hot rock." The album introduced the classic 1980s Bon Jovi logo that would later be used on Slippery When Wet and New Jersey. 7800° Fahrenheit reached #37 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and was the bands first album to be certified gold in the US. It remained charted for 104 weeks and was certified platinum on February 19, 1987. The singles "Only Lonely" and "In and Out of Love" both charted on the Billboard Hot 100.
CelsiusPro AG is a Swiss company specialized in structuring and originating tailored weather index products worldwide. Using a proprietary platform, CelsiusPro enables online price calculation, execution and position reporting as well as weather statistics and analysis. It is predominantly active in the primary weather market offering corporate hedges to companies from weather dependent industries such as: energy, construction, agriculture, tourism and leisure, events and transportation. In addition, CelsiusPro structures and implements micro weather index schemes in developing countries. It is the winner of the 2009 Swiss Insurance Industry award for Innovation. CelsiusPro has a strategic partnership with Swiss Re for risk management and risk transfer since inception. Aon Benfield is CelsiusPro’s strategic partner for weather sensitivity analyses and reinsurance solutions for weather dependent insurance portfolios. CelsiusPro partners with a number of financial institutions to provide their clients with weather risk solutions, pricing and execution services under a fully branded white label partnership solution and offers introducing broker partnerships. Among others, it is the main partner for weather risk management solutions for the Dutch construction association Bouwend Nederland. CelsiusPro has also supported a research paper of the University of Sankt Gallen CH on weather risks in the energy sector.
Two-Sided Fahrenheit is the second studio album by the Taiwanese Mandopop boy band Fahrenheit. Two versions of the album were released on 4 January 2008 by HIM International Music: Two-Sided Fahrenheit and Two-Sided Fahrenheit with a bonus DVD containing 2 music videos and their making of footage. A Two-Sided Fahrenheit was released on 1 February 2008 with a bonus DVD containing five music videos, Fahrenheit - Asia Storm footage, two music video behind-the-scene and album cover shoot making of footage The albums preorder sales reached 50.000 in Taiwan. The album sold 150.000 copies from preorders and as of date, has sold over 350.000 copies in Asia. The album also topped the G-Music Combo Chart and the Mandarin Chart in its first week. The album was awarded one of the Top 10 Selling Mandarin Albums of the Year, as well as the Highest Selling Mandarin Album of the Year at the 2008 IFPI Hong Kong Album Sales Awards, presented by the Hong Kong branch of IFPI.
The Fujitsu Celsius is a line of laptop and workstation computers manufactured by Fujitsu. The brand name has also been used for graphic accelerators. The computers are intended for applications such as computer-aided design, digital content creation, geographical information systems work, architecture, engineering, financial forecasting, flux balance analysis, scientific simulation, electronic design, and virtual reality. The laptops have Intel Core vPro, i5, or i7 processors, while the workstations have one or two Intel Xeon processors for a total of up to 16 cores. The R920 is able to accept up to 512 GB of RAM. Fujitsu Celsius equipment was used to stitch together thousands of individual photographic images to create large-scale 360-degree panoramic images: an 80-gigapixel image of London was published in November 2010, stating:" using this excellent workstation allowed this record-breaking photo to be created a few weeks faster than would have been possible on any other available PC.” The 320-gigapixel photomosaic of London published in February 2013 was prepared on a Celsius R920 in three months time.