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Observing with the dipleidoscope
Scene showing a gentleman taking a solar observation using the dipleidoscope and a pocket watch. The man is standing at the top of a stone staircase outside a house, with the main instrument on a balustrade. The dipleidoscope was developed by E.J. Dent and J.M Bloxham as a simple means of determining the Sunâ€™s passage over the meridian at noon and therefore to set watches accurately to local time.
- Image reference: RS-11422
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