Saturn, from Trouvelot, copied by A.F. Miller.
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
Corona as seen August 9th, 1896. Sketch by Mary Proctor.
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.
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