Collection: Osher Map Library Image Collection
Title: The Planet Jupiter. Observed November 1, 1880, at 9 h. 30 m. P.M.
See Also: Group of Sun Spots and Veiled Spots. Observed on June 17th 1875 at 7 h. 30 m. A.M., Solar Protuberances. Observed on May 5, 1873 at 9 h. 40 m. A.M., Total Eclipse of the Sun. Observed July 29, 1878, at Creston, Wyoming Territory., Aurora Borealis. As observed March 1, 1872, at 9 h. 25 m. P.M., The Zodiacal Light. Observed February 20, 1876., Mare Humorum. From a Study made in 1875., Partial Eclipse of the Moon. Observed October 24, 1874., The Planet Mars. Observed September 3, 1877, at 11 h. 55 m. P.M., The Planet Saturn. Observed on November 30, 1874, at 5 h. 50 m. P.M., The Great Comet of 1881. Observed on the Night of June 25-26, at 1 h. 30 m. A.M., The November Meteors. As observed between Midnight and 5 o'clock A.M. on the Night of November 13-14, 1868., Part of the Milky Way. From a Study made during the years 1874, 1875 and 1876., Star Cluster in Hercules. From a Study made in June, 1877., The Great Nebula in Orion. From a Study made in the Years 1875-76., The Trouvelot astronomical drawings manual
Dimensions: 94 x 71 cm
Notes: Plate IX
Accession Number: OML-1881-62.9
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