Meanook

Baker-Schmidt Camera #2

Further Reading: The Meanook-Newbrook Meteor Observatories, JRASC, Vol.53, p.15 (February 1959).

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Baker-Schmidt Camera #1

Further Reading: The Meanook-Newbrook Meteor Observatories, JRASC, Vol.53, p.15 (February 1959).

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Meteor Observatory Site

This is the site of either the Meanook or Newbrook Meteor Observatory.

Further Reading: The Meanook-Newbrook Meteor Observatories, JRASC, Vol.53, p.15 (February 1959).

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Newbrook Observatory #3

This photo is similar to the one published in JRASC v.53, pp.17, which is captioned:

The Newbrook Meteor Observatory looking south. This shows the enlarged observatory as photographed from the radio-communications tower. The glass cupola is used for visual observing in cold weather. A tri-camera spectrograph mount can be seen on the far side of the observatory building.

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Newbrook Observatory #2

Meanook or Newbrook Observatory residence in the 1980s or 90s.

Further Reading: The Meanook-Newbrook Meteor Observatories, JRASC, Vol.53, p.15 (February 1959).

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Meanook-Newbrook #1

Construction of one of the observatories at Meanook and Newbrook.

Further Reading: The Meanook-Newbrook Meteor Observatories, JRASC, Vol.53, p.15 (February 1959).

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Meanook 1952

Mounting the camera body at Meanook Meteor Observatory, 1952 [JRASC 53,15].

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JRASC 53,15

The crew which mounted the Super-Schmidt cameras at Meanook and Newbrook. Reading left to right: A.A. Griffin, G.A. Brealey, J.M. Grant, H.E. Cook, J. Pare, A. Page, P.M. Millman. [JRASC 53,15]

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Figure 3

Above, Geminid meteor; Below, sporadic meteor; photographed at Meanook (Dominion Observatory, Ottawa, Canada, #5693.

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Figure 1R

One of three K19 spectrographs showing grating cell from above at Meanook.

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