Appearance of eclipses 1912-1916 Samuel Johnson
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Appearance of eclipses 1912-1916
Partial solar and lunar eclipses for the dates: 1 April 1912; 17 April 1912; 12 March 1914; 21 August 1914; 3 February 1916; 15 July 1916. Each drawing is inscribed above with the date and time of mid-eclipse. Additional notes appear verso on each astronomical event, including predictions of geographical locations experiencing totality.
Original: ink on paper. 1882
- Image reference: RS-9222
- The Royal Society
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