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Mars 19180324-2100

Key to Objects on the DrawingsNorth polar capIndistinct shadings in Eden and ArabiaSinus SabæusSolis PonsSyrtis MajorOsiridis Prom.Nili PonsWhite regionNeith RegioSketch published in JRASC, 1918.

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Mars 19180322-2115

Key to Objects on the DrawingsNorth polar capMare AcidaliumEdenEdomSinus SabæusDeucalionis RegioSyrtis MajorOsiridis Prom.Nili PonsWhite regionSketch published in JRASC, 1918.

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Mars 19180320-2130

Key to Objects on the DrawingsNorth polar capMare AcidaliumBaltiaTempeHydaspesIndusAromatum PromontoryAuroræ SinusMargaritifer SinusDeucalionis RegioFastigium AryaSinus SabæusWhite RegionSketch published in JRASC, 1918.

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19180300 Mars

Published in JRASC, 1918.

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Great Comet of 1882?

R.A. Rosenfeld (RASC Archivist) and Clark Muir (KW Centre)

Unidentified comet in starfield, anon., late 19th-early 20th century. Watercolours on black paper. 6.5''x7.69''. There are no annotations on the image or the page on which it is mounted to aid in the identification of either the comet, or the artist, and no details of the instrument used (if any), or the circumstances of the observation. The image is quite competently done, and is comparable to similar Victorian and Edwardian images of comets.

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Chant Slide 059

59. Saturn, drawing by Lowell.

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Chant Slide 058

58. Saturn and satellites, in small telescope.

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Chant Slide 055

55. Jupiter, two drawings, showing moon and its shadow.

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Jupiter 196011242035

Jupiter on 1960 November 23/24 at 15:35+10m EST (20:35 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 8º, C.M.(2) 241º. 4" reflector at 65x & 130x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3. North is down. This is a day observation, made about 0.9h before sunset. Jupiter was a faint object compared to the bright sky, and it could not be seen definitely in the 4x20mm finder.

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Jupiter 196011212131

Jupiter on 1960 November 20/21 at 16:31+10m EST (21:31 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 289º, C.M.(2) 185º. 4" reflector at 130x, 167x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3. North is down.

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