Meaning of uranographer in English:

uranographer

noun

archaic

See uranography

‘Wil Tirion is the world's leading uranographer, and his charts have appeared in astronomy books all over the globe.’
  • ‘This collection of telescopic photos and illustrations by uranographer Wil Tirion and lunar cartographer Antonin Rukl covers all the objects visible in the northern and southern skies.’
  • ‘The stars of this constellation were however assigned to the Pheonix by the 16th century Barvarian uranographer Johann Bayer.’
  • ‘But the boundaries are very variously given by uranographers.’
  • ‘Additional modern constellations were added since 1500 AD by modern uranographers.’