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- A Place & Date Made Mt Stromlo, Australia
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Photograph - Eta Argus Nebula, taken at Mount Stromlo Observatory, 1912 Reg. No: MM 030367
- Photograph of Eta Argus Nebula taken at Mount Stromlo Observatory, 8 May 1912.
A 9 inch refracting telescope by Grubb, Dublin, was donated in 1910 by James Oddie of Ballarat, to the Commonwealth Government, for the establishment of the Commonwealth Solar Observatory.
Melbourne Observatory astronomers Pietro Baracchi and James Baldwin used the telescope at Mount Stromlo from September 1911 to September 1912, to test the suitability of the site for the establishment of a permanent observatory.
- Description Of Content:
- Stars of Eta Argus Nebula
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Victoria: Local Government Department Office of Trade Measurement (formerly Weights & Measures Branch)
|Tagged with:||nebula, observatories, stars|
|Themes this item is part of:||Melbourne Observatory Collection, Science & Measurement Collection|
|Tertiary Classification:||observational photographs|
|Original Caption:||Mt Stromlo May 8th 1912. n Argus. Exposure 80m. Full aperture|
|Place & Date Made:||Mount Stromlo Observatory, Mount Stromlo, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 08 May 1912|