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Astrographic plate, ‘Sept 9, 1890 Negative Nebeculae Minor...’, glass/emulsion, 1890.

Made in Observatory Hill, New South Wales, 1890.

Astrographic plate, ‘Sept 9, 1890 Negative Nebeculae Minor...’, glass/emulsion, 1890.
Title written on paper envelope, with comment ‘Stars moved 4hr ex. Bad scratch in glass’. ‘Nebeculae Minor, Sept 9, 1890 4hr exposed’ scratched into plate. Found wrapped with other negatives, labelled ‘All these negatives were used as illustrations of the Milky Way’.

Summary

P3548-232
Astrographic plate, 'Sept 9, 1890 Negative Nebeculae Minor...', glass/emulsion, 1890.
Title written on paper envelope, with comment 'Stars moved 4hr ex. Bad scratch in glass'. 'Nebeculae Minor, Sept 9, 1890 4hr exposed' scratched into plate. Found wrapped with other negatives, labelled 'All these negatives were used as illustrations of the Milky Way'.

Dimensions

163 mm
214 mm

Production

1890

Cite this Object

Astrographic plate, 'Sept 9, 1890 Negative Nebeculae Minor...', glass/emulsion, 1890. 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 June 2017, <https://ma.as/328697>
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