1800s

Jupiter 18xx

Jupiter, based on Trouvelot. Sketch by A.F. Miller.

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Jupiter 1884

Jupiter, as seen on 1884 (Mar 21st?)* at 6h 45m aft. Sketch by A.F. Miller.

The date is uncertain--see the caption for this photo: the uncertain part of the transcription is circled in red.

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Leonids 1833

Woodcut of Leonid meteor shower over Niagara Falls, November 1833. This reproduction appeared on the front cover of Astronomy in Canada.

See also: Canada and the 1833 Leonids, Clark Muir, JRASC, April 2014.

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Eclipse 1897

Solar eclipse photo, 1897 July 29th 9:40 a.m. Photo by J.R. Connon.

Note: writing from the back of the photograph has been added to the front in this digitized version of the original photo.—WM.

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Sun 18930710

The Sun, as photographed on 1893 July 10th at 6:30 p.m. by J.R. Connon.

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Sun 18941110

The Sun, as photographed on 1894 November 10th at 3:49 p.m. by J.R. Connon.

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Radiograph 18960303

At the meeting of the Astronomical and Physical Society of 1896 March 3, Mr. George E. Lumsden proposed putting a number of bromide sheets under the tube. Several radiographs were thus taken at once. See TAPST 1896, p.7.

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Radiograph 18960303

At the meeting of the Astronomical and Physical Society of 1896 March 3, Mr. George E. Lumsden proposed putting a number of bromide sheets under the tube. Several radiographs were thus taken at once. See TAPST 1896, p.7.

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Sun 18920929

The Sun, as photographed on 1892 September 29th at 8 a.m. by J.R. Connon.

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Sun 18920929

The Sun, as photographed on 1892 September 29th at 8 a.m. by J.R. Connon.

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