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Hemispheric View of Venus Centered at the North Pole, 1996, 3 June, Digital image, Imaging Radar, NASA, NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Pasadena, CA. Data processed by JPL, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, and the U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ. UID: SPD-PHOTJ-PIA00007, Image ID: 118029, LL/36983
330.01   Introduction to astronomy
330.02   Rapid progress during the nineteenth century in astronomical photography
Telescopes and astronomical instruments
330.03   Introduction to telescopes
330.04   Mary Rosse: Lord Rosse's telescope at Birr Castle, Ireland (ca. 1857)
330.05   Thomas Child: China: Pekin: Observatory (ca. 1875-1880)
Early astronomical photography
330.06   J.A. Whipple: Daguerreotypes of the Sun and Moon (1852)
330.07   Charles Piazzi Smyth: Teneriffe - An Astronomerís Experiment (1857)
330.08   Warren De la Rue: The Moon
330.09   Ernest Mouchez: La Photographie astronomique a l'observatoire de Paris et la Carte du Ciel (1887)
Tranisit of Venus
330.10   Transit of Venus
330.11   William de Wiveleslie Abney: Transit of Venus (1874)
Celestial bodies
330.12   The Moon
330.13   The Sun
330.14   Solar eclipses
330.15   Pierre Jules Cesar Janssen: Studies of the Solar Surface
330.16   Appearances of the Total Eclipse of the Sun (1842)
330.17   J.B. Silvis provides the services of his photographic car to assist the photographing of a solar eclipse (1878)
330.18   Home planet
330.19   The earth from afar
330.20   David Malin: Anglo-Australian Observatory
330.21   Contemporary astronomy
330.22   iBook application: Atlas photographique de la Lune (2013)
Symbolism in popular culture
330.23   The moon as a symbol
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