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Astrographic plate, ‘No. 2 Partial solar eclipse Dec 12, 1890’, glass/emulsion, 1890.

Made in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890.

Astrographic plate, ‘No. 2 Partial solar eclipse Dec 12, 1890’, glass/emulsion, 1890.
Title written on paper envelope. Number ‘2’ scratched into plate. Wrapped together with description ‘Total eclipse of the sun 12 Dec1890 seen as partial eclipse in Sydney by HCR, RPS, HAL’.

Summary

Object No.

P3548-176

Physical Description

Astrographic plate, 'No. 2 Partial solar eclipse Dec 12, 1890', glass/emulsion, 1890.
Title written on paper envelope. Number '2' scratched into plate. Wrapped together with description 'Total eclipse of the sun 12 Dec1890 seen as partial eclipse in Sydney by HCR, RPS, HAL'.

Dimensions

Height

163 mm

Width

214 mm

Production

Made

1890

Cite this Object

Harvard

Astrographic plate, 'No. 2 Partial solar eclipse Dec 12, 1890', glass/emulsion, 1890. 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 21 January 2018, <https://ma.as/328634>

Wikipedia

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