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Texto en la diapositiva
d1-00404
C-7. Photograph of polar stars, ordinary camera, 2 hr. Exp.
d1-00405 C-12. Results of experiments- two circles, indistinguishable.
d1-00406 C-26. Relative masses of sun and planets.
d1-00407 C-18. Earth’s true orbit and sun’s apparent path.
d1-00408 C-21. Orbits of inner planets, with their positions. 
d1-00409 C-22. Orbits of outer planets, with their positions.
d1-00410 C-23. How to draw an ellipse.
d1-00411 C-25. Relative sizes of sun and planets. 
d1-00412 C-29. How to measure the sun’s diameter. (copyright) 
d1-00413 C-35. How a solar eclipse is produced. (Copyright)
d1-00414
Flash spectrum at solar eclipse of May 28, 1900. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides
d1-00415 M 19. Lunar crater Copernicus. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
d1-00416 Comparison of yellow carbon bands  in electric arc with spectra of red stars.
d1-00417 M 60. Occultation of Aldebaran by the moon. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
d1-00418 C-56. Spectrum of comet Morehouse (1908 III), with objective prism. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides. 
d1-00419 C-57. Comet 1910 II, Halley, September 16-26, 1909. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.  
d1-00420 C-76. Stars of winter and key.
d1-00421 C-77. Stars of spring and key.
d1-00422 C-78. Stars of summer and key.
d1-00423 C-83. Drawing of Ursa Major (Great Bear).
d1-00424 SC 302. Loose cluster in Aquila, Messier II. Yerkes Observatory: 100 Representative Slides.
d1-00425 30. Komet Borrelly 1903, kurzer Doppeschweif. Prof. Dr. Max Wolf-Heidelberg, phot. Herstellung u. Vertrieb : Ed. Liesegang, Düsseldorf.