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Astrographic plate, ‘Lunar eclipse May 24, 1891...’, glass/emulsion, 1891.

Made in Observatory Hill, New South Wales, 1891.

Astrographic plate, ‘Lunar eclipse May 24, 1891...’, glass/emulsion, 1891.
Title printed on envelope with following information, ‘Second photo taken at 3h 39m 05 S.M. Time Total phase came at 3h 54.5m Taken with 20s exposure First contact lost in cloud and rain (see note book)’. ‘Lunar eclipse May 24 1891’ and ‘2’ scratched into plate.

Summary

P3548-256
Astrographic plate, 'Lunar eclipse May 24, 1891...', glass/emulsion, 1891.
Title printed on envelope with following information, 'Second photo taken at 3h 39m 05 S.M. Time Total phase came at 3h 54.5m Taken with 20s exposure First contact lost in cloud and rain (see note book)'. 'Lunar eclipse May 24 1891' and '2' scratched into plate.

Dimensions

163 mm
214 mm

Production

1891

Cite this Object

Astrographic plate, 'Lunar eclipse May 24, 1891...', glass/emulsion, 1891. 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 November 2017, <https://ma.as/328723>
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