On the Construction of a Sivered Glass Telescope
Fifteen and a half inches in aperture and its use in
celestial photography
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On the Construction of a Sivered Glass Telescope Fifteen and a half inches in aperture and its use in celestial photography

By Henry Draper
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  • On the Construction of a Silvered Glass Telescope
  • CONTENTS.
  • AN ACCOUNT OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF A SILVERED GLASS TELESCOPE.
    • §1. GRINDING AND POLISHING THE MIRRORS.
      • (1.) Experiments on a Metal Speculum.
      • (2.) Silvering Glass.
      • (3.) Grinding and Polishing Glass.
      • (4.) Eye-Pieces, Plane Mirrors and Test Objects.
    • (1.) Experiments on a Metal Speculum.
    • (2.) Silvering Glass.
    • (3.) Grinding and Polishing Glass.
    • (4.) Eye-Pieces, Plane Mirrors and Test Objects.
    • §2. THE TELESCOPE MOUNTING.
    • §3. THE CLOCK MOVEMENT.
    • §4. THE OBSERVATORY.
    • §5. THE PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORY.
    • §6. THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ENLARGER.
    • FOOTNOTES:
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