A collection of articles by J. Evershed

Made:
1901-1949
part of archive:
John Evershed Archive
maker:
Evershed, John

The articles include: ‘New Measures of the Wave-Lengths of the Calcium Lines K and H’ by J. Evershed, 1938 (4 copies); ‘Measures of the Relative Shifts of the Line 5250.218 and Neighbouring Lines in Mt. Wilson Solar Magnetic Field Spectra’ by J. Evershed, 1939 (1 copy); ‘Note on the Zeeman Effect in Sunspot Spectra’ by J. Evershed, 1939 (2 copies); ‘The Red Shift of the Iron Lines at the Edge of the Sun’ by J Evershed, 1936 (8 copies); ‘The Solar Rotation and Shift Towards the Red Derived from the H and K Lines in Prominences (Third paper) by J. Evershed, 1935 (5 copies); ‘On the Detection of Small Doppler Shifts in the Spectrum of the Reversing Layer’ by J. Evershed, 1933 (5 copies); ‘A new Method of Using Spectrograph for Solar Rotation Work’ by J. Evershed, 1933 (7 copies); ‘Note on an Apparent Increase in the Equatorial Rotation Velocity of the Sun’ by J. Evershed, 1931 (6 copies); ‘Solar Eclipse of May 28, 1900. Preliminary Report of the Expedition to the South Limit of Totality to Obtain Photographs of the Flash Spectrum in High Solar Latitudes’ by J. Evershed, (1 copy); ‘Total Solar Eclipse of 1905, August 30 - Report of the Expedition to Pineda de la Sierra, Spain’ by J. Evershed 1905 (6 copies); ‘The Solar Rotation and Shift Towards Red Measured in Prominence Spectra’ by J. Evershed, 1945 (8 copies); ‘The Red Shift of the D Lines of Sodium in the Sun’ by J. Evershed, 1938 (7 copies); ‘An Improved Liquid-Filled Prism’ by F.J. Hargreaves, 1938 (1 copy); ‘New Measures of the Sodium Line D1 in the Solar Spectrum’ by J. Evershed, 1945 (11 copies); ‘Further Measures of the Decrease of Wave-Length of Solar Lines’ by J. Evershed, 1949 (21 copies); ‘On an Apparent Change of Wave-Length in Solar Iron Lines’ by J. Evershed, 1948 (19 copies); ‘Wave-Length Determinations and General Results Obtained from a Detailed Examination of Spectra Photographed at the Solar Eclipse of January 22, 1898’ by J. Evershed, 1901 (1 copy); ‘Solar Eclipse of 1900, May 28. General Discussion of Spectroscopic Results’ by J. Evershed, 1903 (4 copies).

Details

Extent:
117 items
Identifier:
EVER/C/1/E39

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