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On the construction of a silvered glass telescope, fifteen and a half inches in aperture, and its use in celestial photography,

Title
On the construction of a silvered glass telescope, fifteen and a half inches in aperture, and its use in celestial photography, by Henry Draper. (Reprinted from vol xiv, "Smithsonian contributions to knowledge," 1864); and, On the modern reflecting telescope and the making and testing of optical mirrors, by George W. Ritchey.
Author
Draper, Henry, 1837-1882.
Publication
Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 1904.
Electronic Resource
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Additional Authors
Ritchey, G. W. (George Willis), 1864-1945.
Description
3 p. ℓ., iii, 55, v, 51 p. illus., XIII pl.; 34 cm.
Series Statement
Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, vol. 34; [art. 2]
Uniform Title
Publication (Smithsonian Institution).
Subjects
Note
  • Smithsonian Institution publication 1459.
  • "On the modern reflecting telescope" ... has separate t.-p. and pagination.
Call Number
ONL+ (Draper, H. On the construction of a silvered glass telescope)
LCCN
05013940
Author
Draper, Henry, 1837-1882.
Title
On the construction of a silvered glass telescope, fifteen and a half inches in aperture, and its use in celestial photography, by Henry Draper. (Reprinted from vol xiv, "Smithsonian contributions to knowledge," 1864); and, On the modern reflecting telescope and the making and testing of optical mirrors, by George W. Ritchey.
Imprint
Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 1904.
Series
Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, vol. 34; [art. 2]
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Ritchey, G. W. (George Willis), 1864-1945.
Added Title
Publication (Smithsonian Institution). 1459.
Research Call Number
ONL+ (Draper, H. On the construction of a silvered glass telescope)
*EA S653. vol.34
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