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John Phillips, Study of the Moon, 1853, Albumen print, The Royal Society, Product code: RS-9292, LL/58676
 
Astronomy
Contents
Introduction
330.01   Introduction to astronomy
330.02   Rapid progress during the nineteenth century in astronomical photography
330.03   The moon as a symbol
Telescopes and astronomical instruments
330.04   Introduction to telescopes
330.05   Mary Rosse: Lord Rosse's telescope at Birr Castle, Ireland (ca. 1857)
330.06   Thomas Child: China: Pekin: Observatory (ca. 1875-1880)
Early astronomical photography
330.07   J.A. Whipple: Daguerreotypes of the Sun and Moon (1852)
330.08   Charles Piazzi Smyth: Teneriffe - An Astronomerís Experiment (1857)
330.09   Warren De la Rue: The Moon
330.10   Ernest Mouchez: La Photographie astronomique a l'observatoire de Paris et la Carte du Ciel (1887)
Tranisit of Venus
330.11   Transit of Venus
330.12   William de Wiveleslie Abney: Transit of Venus (1874)
Celestial bodies
330.13   The Moon
330.14   The Sun
330.15   Solar eclipses
330.16   Pierre Jules Cesar Janssen: Studies of the Solar Surface
330.17   Appearances of the Total Eclipse of the Sun (1842)
330.18   J.B. Silvis provides the services of his photographic car to assist the photographing of a solar eclipse (1878)
330.19   Home planet
330.20   The earth from afar
Photographers
330.21   David Malin: Anglo-Australian Observatory
Contemporary
330.22   Contemporary astronomy
330.23   iBook application: Atlas photographique de la Lune (2013)
 
  
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