Positive on glass, enlarged at the National Observ

Made:
1890 in Crowborough
photographer:
Isaac Roberts

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Double cluster in Perseus (formerly known as the sword handle, now better known as the double cluster).
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Positive on glass, enlarged at the National Observatory in Paris, of: Clusters VI. 33, 34 Persei (R.A. 2h 12m 2s Dec.N.56 degree 39.2) enlarged 3.4 times, scale 1mm, to 24 seconds of arc, taken at Crowborough, Sussex on January 13th 1890 between sidereal time 2h 27m and 5h 47m, with an exposure of three hours

Details

Category:
Astronomy
Object Number:
1906-86
type:
star clusters
credit:
Mrs. Isaac Roberts
status:
Permanent collection

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