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Solar observatory at Krasnoyarsk, Siberia
View of a temporary astronomical observatory outside the city of Krasnoyarsk, Siberia in Russia. Sheds and instrument platforms can be seen on the skyline grouped around an existing small church tower. The observatory was used to record the total solar eclipse visible in Russia on 7 August 1889. Extra-illustration pasted before the title-page of the book Eclipse totale du soleil...Aout, 1887....issued in Russian [title page also in French] by the SociÃštÃš physico-chimique Russe (St, Petersburg, 1889). The photograph is captioned below: "Station Ã“ Krasnoyarsk"
Original: albumen print. 1889
- Image reference: RS-10681
- The Royal Society
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