Jupiter and satellites, 1868. Sketch by Andrew Elvins.
Mars. Sketch by Andrew Elvins, sometime between 1868 and 1899.
Mars in 1884. Sketch by Andrew Elvins. 4-inch Wray Achromat - Power 200.
Left: Feb 20th - 9h
Right: Mar 3rd - 11h.30m
Sketches of solar prominences 1891 July 19 at 7h 30m, and three hours later.
Hydrogen Flames 1893 August 13 8h 30m (258°)
Sunspot 1891 February 19th at 13:30.
Jupiter on March 20th, 1885 at 9:30 p.m. 10¼ reflector. Sketch by A.F. Miller.
Shadows of I and III in transit, these satellites having just passed off the planet's disc. Also shows bright & dark belts & white equatorial spots.
CHANGES IN SUN SPOT GROUP, JULY, 1892. From drawing by MR. A. ELVINS. Published in TAPST 1892.
Sketched on 1890 Nov 30 and 1890 Aug 3 respectively. Published in TAPST 1890.
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