Corona of the eclipsed Sun, 1871 Cooper & Hodson
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Corona of the eclipsed Sun, 1871
The Corona of the eclipsed Sun, 1871. 'As seen (1) by Respighi at the commencement of totality with prism before the object glass of a telescope and no slit (2) by Lockyer 80s after commencement through a simple train of 5 prisms and (3) by Respighi at mid eclipse (as in 2)', frontispiece to Contributions to solar physics, by J Norman Lockyer (London, 1874).
Original: lithograph . 1874
- Image reference: RS-9121
- The Royal Society
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