Observations of transits, 1826 - 1829
Scope and Contents
Original transit observations, 24 June 1826 - 6 September 1829, with adjustments to the transit instrument; adjustments and repairs by William Hardy to the transit clock; meridian marks at Chingford and Blackwall; phenomena of the Jovian satellites (observed with the 46 inch achromatic telescope and 5 inch equatorial telescope); eclipse of the Moon, 28 November 1826; occultations of various stars observed with the 46 inch telescope; 'Experiments made to find if an error of collimation existed on the Transit Instrument'; and a meteor, 13 November 1828.
- 1826 - 1829
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- From the Series: Pond, John, 1767 - 1836 (astronomer) (Person)
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