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Hay, O.G. Ross' modification of the hilger interferometers for testing large optical elements. Transactions of the Optical Society 31:2 (January 1930) 91-105.

Haynes, Roslynn, Raymond Haynes & William Kitson. The history of astronomy in Queensland. Vistas in Astronomy 36:3 (1993) 231-252.

Hayward, R. & J.H. McElderry. Astronomy Sixty Years Ago: the Ulster Astronomical Society 1890/1894. Irish Astronomical Journal 1:3 (1950) 75-79.

Heard, John F. & Helen Sawyer Hogg. Astronomy at the David Dunlap Observatory, 1935-1967. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 61 (Oct. 1967) 257-276.

Heard, John Frederick. Two Telescope Tales. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 73 (Aug. 1979) 191-192.

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Hearnshaw, J.B. The analysis of starlight: Some comments on the development of stellar spectroscopy, 1815-1965. Vistas in Astronomy 30:3 (1987) 319-375.

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Heath & Company. My Modern Sextant. Notes on How to Know and How to Handle It. London: Heath, n.d., ca. 1930s. 40pp. (.pdf)

Heines, Neal J. Cross-hairs for your telescope. Popular Astronomy 44 (1936) 457-459.

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Henbest, N. Comparison of the Performance of Telescopes. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 93 (Feb. 1983) 95.

Henbest, Nigel. The Isaac Newton Telescope: 'First Light' on La Palma. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 94:3 (April 1984) 118-123.

Henbest, N. A Telescope to Succeed the Schmidt. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 97:2 (Feb. 1987) 65ff.

Hennessey, J.B.N. Some Particulars of the Transit of Venus across the Sun, December 9, 1874, Observed on the Himalaya Mountains. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 23 (1874-1875) 254-259.

Hennessey, J.B.N. Some Particulars of the Transit of Venus across the Sun, December 9, 1874, Observed on the Himalaya Mountains; Note II., with Appendix. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 23 (1874-1875) 378-384.

Hennessey, J.B.N. Further Particulars of the Transit of Venus across the Sun, December 9, 1874; Observed on the Himalaya Mountains...with the Royal Society's 5-Inch Equatoreal; Note III. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 29 (1879) 297-302.

Hennessey, J.H. On the Atmospheric Lines of the Solar Spectrum. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 19 (1870) 1-9. (rainband)

Hennig, Peter & Milos Paul Mladek. The lens-coating patent by Zeiss. Zeiss Historica 26:1 (Spring 2004) 22-23.

Henrici, E.O. & G.W. Watts. Divided Circles. pp53-59. Richard Glazebrook, ed. A Dictionary of Applied Physics. London: Macmillan, 1922, 1923.

Henrici, E.O. The use of telescopes with internal focussing for stadia surveying. Transactions of the Optical Society 22:1 (October 1920) 20-25.

Henroteau, F.C. The Electronic Telescope Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 28 (Feb. 1934) 59-62.

Henry, Paul & Prosper. La Photographie Astronomique. La Nature, Revue des Sciences 14 (5 Dec. 1885) 23-26.

Hentschel, Klaus. Spectroscopic Portraiture. Annals of Science 59 (2002) 57-82.

(Henyey) Bodenheimer, Peter H. Louis George Henyey, February 3, 1910 - February 18, 1970. Biographical Memoirs National Academy of Sciences. http://books.nap.edu/html/biomems/lhenyey.html (April 1904)

(Herget) Osterbrock, Donald E. Herget, Paul. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. http://www.anb.org/articles/13/13-02402.html Nov 25 2003.

Herman, Jan K. The establishment of the U.S. Naval Observatory. Vistas in Astronomy 28:1 (1985) 391-399.

Herrmann, D.B. Some aspects of positional astronomy from Bradley to Bessel. Vistas in Astronomy 19:4 (1976) 183-186.
(Herschel, John: chronological bibliography)

Herschel, John. On the Aberrations of Compound Lenses and Object-Glasses. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 111 (1821) 222-267.

Herschel, John & James South. Observations of the Apparent Distances and Positions of 380 Double and Triple Stars, Made in the Years 1821, 1822, and 1823, and Compared with Those of Other Astronomers; Together with an Account of Such Changes as Appear to Have Taken Place in Them Since Their First Discovery. Also a Description of a Five-Feet Equatorial Instrument Employed in the Observations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 114 (1824) 1-412. (telescope: p4 ff.)

Herschel, John. Account of a series of observations, made in the summer of the year 1825, for the purpose of determining the difference of Meridians of the Royal Observatories of Greenwich and Paris. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 116 (1826) 77-126.

Herschel, John. On the Parallax of the Fixed Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 116 (1826) 266-280.

Herschel, John. Correction of an Error in a Paper Published in the Philosophical Transactions, Entitled, "On the Parallax of the Fixed Stars". Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 117 (1827) 126-128.

Herschel, J.F.W., G.B. Airy, & W.H. Smyth. Reports on the Fluid-Lens Telescope Constructed for the Royal Society. Proceedings of the Royal Society 15 (1833) 245-253.

Herschel, John. Observations of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars, Made at Slough, with a Twenty-Feet Reflector, between the Years 1825 and 1833. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 123 (1833) 359-505.

Herschel, John. Notice of an Extraordinary Luminous Appearance Seen in the Heavens on the 17th of March, 1843. Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 4 (1837-1843) 450-453.

Herschel, John. On a Case of Superficial Colour Presented by a Homogeneous Liquid Internally Colourless. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 135 (1845) 143-145.

Herschel, John F.W. On the Application of Photography to Astronomical Observations. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 15 (March 1855) 158-159.

Herschel, John. Remarks on Colour-Blindness. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 10 (1859) 72-84.

Herschel, J. On a proposed Solar Eye-piece. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 24 (June 1864) 220-221. (solar eyepiece, rotating slotted disc)

Herschel, John. Catalogue of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 154 (1864) 1-137.

Herschel, John. Observations of the Spectra of Some of the Southern Nebulae. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 16 (1868) 417-418.

Herschel, John. Results of Examination of Southern Nebulae with the Spectroscope. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 16 (1867-1868) 451-455.

Herschel, John. Second List of Nebulae and Clusters Observed at Bangalore with the Royal Society's Spectroscope. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 17 (1868) 58-60.

Herschel, John. Account of the Solar Eclipse of 1868, as Seen at Jamkandi in the Bombay Presidency. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 17 (1868-1869) 103-125. (description of instruments; spectrum of prominence)

Herschel, John. Additional Observations of Southern Nebulae. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 17 (1868-1869) 303-307.

Herschel, John. Spectroscopic Observations of the Sun (Continued). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 17 (1868-1869) 506-510.

Herschel, John. (Captain Herschel.) Spectroscopic Observations of the Solar Prominences. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 18 (1869-1870) 62-65.

Herschel, John. On the Fixing of Spider-lines in Collimators and Transit Telescopes. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 34 (June 1874) 396-399.

Herschel, John. Outlines of Astronomy. London: Longmans, Green, 1878. 753p. http://gallica.bnf.fr/document?O=N094931
(Herschel, William: chronological bibliography; including complete Phil. Trans. papers)

Herschel, William. Astronomical Observations on the Periodical Star in Collo Ceti. By Mr. William Herschel, of Bath; Communicated by Dr. Watson, Jun. of Bath, F. R. S. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 70 (1780) 338-344. (Mira)

Herschel, William. Account of a Comet. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 71 (1781) 492-501. pp500-501, Description of a micrometer for taking angle of position. (Uranus).

Herschel, William. Astronomical Observations on the Rotation of the Planets Round Their Axes, Made with a View to Determine Whether the Earth's Diurnal Motion is Perfectly Equable. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 71 (1781) 115-138.

Herschel, William. Description of a Lamp-Micrometer, and the Method of Using It. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 72 (1782) 163-172. 1 plate.

Herschel, William. A Paper to Obviate Some Doubts concerning the Great Magnifying Powers Used. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 72 (1782) 173-178.

Herschel, William. A Letter from William Herschel, Esq. F. R. S. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 73 (1783) 1-3. (Naming Uranus)

Herschel, William. On the Diameter and Magnitude of the Georgium Sidus; With a Description of the Dark and Lucid Disk and Periphery Micrometers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 73 (1783) 4-14.

Herschel, William. On the Proper Motion of the Sun and Solar System; With an Account of Several Changes That Have Happened among the Fixed Stars since the Time of Mr. Flamstead. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. 73 (1783) 247-283.

Herschel, William. On the Remarkable Appearances at the Polar Regions of the Planet Mars, the Inclination of Its Axis, the Position of Its Poles, and Its Spheroidical Figure; With a Few Hints Relating to Its Real Diameter and Atmosphere. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 74 (1784) 233-273.

Herschel, William. Account of Some Observations Tending to Investigate the Construction of the Heavens. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 74 (1784) 437-451.

Herschel, William. Catalogue of Double Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 75 (1785) 40-126.

Herschel, William. On the Construction of the Heavens. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 75 (1785) 213-266.

Herschel, William. Catalogue of One Thousand New Nebulae and Clusters of Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 76 (1786) 457-499.

Herschel, William. Investigation of the Cause of That Indistinctness of Vision Which Has Been Ascribed to the Smallness of the Optic Pencil. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 76 (1786) 500-507.

Herschel, William. Remarks on the New Comet. In a Letter from William Herschel, LLD. F.R.S. to Charles Blagden, M.D. Sec. R.S. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 77 (1787) 4-5.

Herschel, William. An Account of the Discovery of Two Satellites Revolving Round the Georgian Planet. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 77 (1787) 125-129.

Herschel, William. An Account of Three Volcanos in the Moon. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 77 (1787) 229-232.

Herschel, William. On the Georgian Planet and Its Satellites. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 78 (1788) 364-378.

Herschel, William. Observations on a Comet. In a Letter from William Herschel, LL.D. F.R.S. to Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. P.R.S. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 79 (1789) 151-153.

Herschel, William. Catalogue of a Second Thousand of New Nebulae and Clusters of Stars; With a Few Introductory Remarks on the Construction of the Heavens. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 79 (1789) 212-255.

Herschel, William. Account of the Discovery of a Sixth and Seventh Satellite of the Planet Saturn; With Remarks on the Construction of Its Ring, Its Atmosphere, Its Rotation on an Axis, and Its Spheroidical Figure. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80 (1790) 1-20.

Herschel, William. On the Satellites of the Planet Saturn, and the Rotation of Its Ring on an Axis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 80 (1790) 427-495.

Herschel, William. On Nebulous Stars, Properly So Called. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 81 (1791) 71-88.

Herschel, William. On the Ring of Saturn, and the Rotation of the Fifth Satellite upon Its Axis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82 (1792) 1-22.

Herschel, William. Miscellaneous Observations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82 (1792) 23-27.

Herschel, William. Observations on the Planet Venus. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 83 (1793) 201-219.

Herschel, William. Observations of a Quintuple Belt on the Planet Saturn. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84 (1794) 28-32.

Herschel, William. Account of Some Particulars Observed during the Late Eclipse of the Sun. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84 (1794) 39-42.

Herschel, William. On the Rotation of the Planet Saturn upon Its Axis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 84 (1794) 48-66.

Herschel, William. On the Nature and Construction of the Sun and Fixed Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85 (1795) 46-72.

Herschel, William. Description of a Forty-feet Reflecting Telescope. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85 (1795) 347-409.

Herschel, William. On the Method of Observing the Changes That Happen to the Fixed Stars; With Some Remarks on the Stability of the Light of Our Sun. To Which is Added, a Catalogue of Comparative Brightness, for Ascertaining the Permanency of the Lustre of Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86 (1796) 166-226.

Herschel, William. On the Periodical Star alpha Herculis; With Remarks Tending to Establish the Rotatory Motion of the Stars on Their Axes. To Which is Added a Second Catalogue of the Comparative Brightness of the Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 86 (1796) 452-482.

Herschel, William. A Third Catalogue of the Comparative Brightness of the Stars; With an Introductory Account of an Index to Mr. Flamsteed's Observations of the Fixed Stars Contained in the Second Volume of the Historia Coelestis. To Which are Added, Several Useful Results Derived from That Index. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87 (1797) 293-324.

Herschel, William. Observations of the Changeable Brightness of the Satellites of Jupiter, and of the Variation in Their Apparent Magnitudes; With a Determination of the Time of Their Rotatory Motions on Their Axes. To Which is Added, a Measure of the Diameter of the Second Satellite, and an Estimate of the Comparative Size of All the Four. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 87 (1797) 332-351.

Herschel, William. On the Discovery of Four Additional Satellites of the Georgium Sidus. The Retrograde Motion of Its Old Satellites Announced; And the Cause of Their Disappearance at Certain Distances from the Planet Explained. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 88 (1798) 47-79. (Uranus)

Herschel, William. A Fourth Catalogue of the Comparative Brightness of the Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 89 (1799) 121-144.

Herschel, William. On the Power of Penetrating into Space by Telescopes; With a Comparative Determination of the Extent of That Power in Natural Vision, and in Telescopes of Various Sizes and Constructions; Illustrated by Select Observations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90 (1800) 49-85.

Herschel, William. Investigation of the Powers of the Prismatic Colours to Heat and Illuminate Objects; With Remarks, That Prove the Different Refrangibility of Radiant Heat. To Which is Added, an Inquiry into the Method of Viewing the Sun Advantageously, with Telescopes of Large Apertures and High Magnifying Powers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90 (1800) 255-283.

Herschel, William. Experiments on the Refrangibility of the Invisible Rays of the Sun. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 90 (1800) 284-292. 1 plate.

Herschel, William. Experiments on the Solar, and on the Terrestrial Rays that Occasion Heat; With a Comparative View of the Laws to Which Light and Heat, or Rather the Rays Which Occasion Them, are Subject, in Order to Determine Whether They are the Same, or Different. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Part I: 90 (1800) 293-326, 5 plates. Part II: 90 (1800) 437-538, 7 plates.

Herschel, William. Observations Tending to Investigate the Nature of the Sun, in Order to Find the Causes or Symptoms of Its Variable Emission of Light and Heat; With Remarks on the Use That May Possibly Be Drawn from Solar Observations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91 (1801) 265-318. 2 plates.

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