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Herschel, William. Additional Observations Tending to Investigate the Symptoms of the Variable Emission of the Light and Heat of the Sun; With Trials to Set Aside Darkening Glasses, by Transmitting the Solar Rays through Liquids; And a Few Remarks to Remove Objections That Might Be Made against Some of the Arguments Contained in the Former Paper. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91 (1801) 354-362. 1 plate.

Herschel, William. Observations on the Two Lately Discovered Celestial Bodies. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92 (1802) 213-232. (asteroids)

Herschel, William. Catalogue of 500 New Nebulae, Nebulous Stars, Planetary Nebulae, and Clusters of Stars; With Remarks on the Construction of the Heavens. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92 (1802) 477-528.

Herschel, William. Observations of the Transit of Mercury over the Disk of the Sun; To Which is Added, an Investigation of the Causes Which Often Prevent the Proper Action of Mirrors. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93 (1803) 214-232. 1 plate. (sun)

Herschel, William. Account of the Changes That Have Happened, during the Last Twenty-Five Years, in the Relative Situation of Double-Stars; With an Investigation of the Cause to Which They Are Owing. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 93 (1803) 339-382.

Herschel, William. Continuation of an Account of the Changes That Have Happened in the Relative Situation of Double Stars. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 94 (1804) 353-384.

Herschel, William. Experiments for Ascertaining How Far Telescopes Will Enable Us to Determine Very Small Angles, and to Distinguish the Real from the Spurious Diameters of Celestial and Terrestrial Objects: With an Application of the Result of These Experiments to a Series of Observations on the Nature and Magnitude of Mr. Harding's Lately Discovered Star. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95 (1805) 31-64. 1 plate.

Herschel, William. On the Direction and Velocity of the Motion of the Sun, and Solar System. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95 (1805) 233-256. 1 plate.

Herschel, William. Observations on the Singular Figure of the Planet Saturn. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 95 (1805) 272-280.

Herschel, William. On the Quantity and Velocity of the Solar Motion. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96 (1806) 205-237. 6 plates.

Herschel, William. Observations and Remarks on the Figure, the Climate, and the Atmosphere of Saturn, and Its Ring. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 96 (1806) 455-467.

Herschel, William. Experiments for Investigating the Cause of the Coloured Concentric Rings, Discovered by Sir Isaac Newton, between Two Object-Glasses Laid upon One Another. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97 (1807) 180-233. 1 plate.

Herschel, William. Observations on the Nature of the New Celestial Body Discovered by Dr. Olbers, and of the Comet Which Was Expected to Appear Last January in Its Return from the Sun. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 97 (1807) 260-266.

Herschel, William. Observations of a Comet, Made with a View to Investigate Its Magnitude and the Nature of Its Illumination. To Which is Added, an Account of a New Irregularity Lately Perceived in the Apparent Figure of the Planet Saturn. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 98 (1808) 145-163.

Herschel, William. Continuation of Experiments for Investigating the Cause of Coloured Concentric Rings, and Other Appearances of a Similar Nature. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 99 (1809) 259-302. 3 plates. (Newton's rings)

Herschel, William. Supplement to the First and Second Part of the Paper of Experiments, for Investigating the Cause of Coloured Concentric Rings between Object Glasses, and Other Appearances of a Similar Nature. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 100 (1810) 149-177. 2 plates. (Newton's rings)

Herschel, William. Astronomical Observations Relating to the Construction of the Heavens, Arranged for the Purpose of a Critical Examination, the Result of Which Appears to Throw Some New Light upon the Organization of the Celestial Bodies. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 101 (1811) 269-336.

Herschel, William. Observations of a Comet, with Remarks on the Construction of Its Different Parts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102. (1812) 115-143.

Herschel, William. Observations of a Second Comet, with Remarks on Its Construction. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 102 (1812) 229-237.

Herschel, William. Astronomical Observations Relating to the Sidereal Part of the Heavens, and Its Connection with the Nebulous Part; Arranged for the Purpose of a Critical Examination. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 104 (1814) 248-284. 1 plate. (275-277, 40-20-10 feet telescope)

Herschel, William. A Series of Observations of the Satellites of the Georgian Planet, Including a Passage through the Node of Their Orbits; With an Introductory Account of the Telescopic Apparatus That Has Been Used on This Occasion; and a Final Exposition of Some Calculated Particulars Deduced from the Observations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 105 (1815) 293-362. (Uranus)

Herschel, William. Astronomical Observations and Experiments Tending to Investigate the Local Arrangement of the Celestial Bodies in Space, and to Determine the Extent and Condition of the Milky Way. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 107 (1817) 302-331.

Herschel, William. Astronomical Observations and Experiments, Selected for the Purpose of Ascertaining the Relative Distances of Clusters of Stars, and of Investigating How Far the Power of Our Telescopes May Be Expected to Reach into Space, When Directed to Ambiguous Celestial Objects. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 108 (1818) 429-470.


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(Hevelius) An Extract of Monsieur Hevelius's Letter, Lately Written to the Publisher, Concerning the Famous Kepler's Manuscripts; Together with Some Considerations of His, about the Use of Telescopic Sights in Astronomical Observations: Delivered in the Same Language, Wherein 'Twas Written. Philosophical Transactions 9 (1674) 27-31. (Latin)

Hevelius, Monsieur. Monsieur Hevelius's Calculation of the Late Solar Eclipse's Quantity, Duration, & c. Philosophical Transactions 1 (1666) 369-371.

(Hevelius) Book Review; Joh. Hevelii, Cometographia. An Account of Some Books. PT 3 (1668) 805-812.

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Hindle, Brooke. Witherspoon, Rittenhouse, and Sir Isaac Newton. The William and Mary Quarterly 15:3 (July 1958) 365-372.

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Hoffleit, Dorrit. Seeing. Sky & Telescope, Jan. 1950, pp57-58; Feb. 1950, pp88-89.

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Høg, E. Modern Developments of the Meridian Circle. New Problems in Astrometry. pp243-255. W. Gliese, C.A. Murray, & R.H. Tucker, ed. Proceedings of I.A.U. Symposium 61, Perth, Australia, August 13-17, 1973. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1974.

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Hohenstein, Jack. Precision Technique for Measuring Asymmetric Distortions in Optical Lenses. Review of Scientific Instruments 37:8 (1966) 1007-1010. (stereocameras for bubble chambers)

Holden, Edward S. The Beginnings of American Astronomy. Science 5 (#129) (June 18, 1897) 929-935.

Holden, Edward. Description of the Buildings and of the Water Supply. pp34-42; Publications of the Lick Observatory; Volume 1, 1887. (ADS PLO v1 pp47-56)

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Holden, Edward, ed. Publications of the Lick Observatory. Volume 1, 1887. pp6-8, Simon Newcomb, Report of Professor Newcomb, The Glass Discs. pp13-23, S.W. Burnham, Report on Mt. Hamilton. pp34-42, Edward Holden, Description of the Buildings and of the Water Supply. pp50-54, David Todd, Observations of the Transit of Venus, 1882. pp59-77, Edward Holden, Description of the Astronomical Instruments.

Holden, Edward S. Recent Progress in Astronomy. The North American Review 131:4 (Oct. 1880) 375-383. Strasburg Obs., p383.

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Holeman, John. Characteristics of Many Kinds of Eyepieces. Sky & Telescope 7:5 (March 1948) 128-130. (Richland, Wash.)

Holland, R. Notes shewing how to get the angle of parallax of a comet or other phaenomenon at two observations. Oxford: Printed by L. Lichfield for Richard Davis, 1668. R.H.: 1596-1677.

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Hooke, Robert. An attempt for the explication of the phaenomena observable in an experiment published by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq., in the XXXV experiment of his epistolical discourse touching the aire by Hooke, Robert, 1635-1703. London : Printed by J.H. for Sam. Thomson ..., 1661. (missing figures. experiment 'spring of air' not so named)

Hooke, Robert. An attempt to prove the motion of the earth from observations made by Robert Hooke. London: Printed by T.R. for John Martyn ..., 1674. 28pp., 5 plates.

Hooke, Robert. Animadversions on the first part of the Machina coelestis of the honourable, learned, and deservedly famous astronomer Johannes Hevelius, consul of Dantzick together with an explication of some instruments made by Robert Hooke. London: Printed by T.R. for John Martyn ..., 1674. 78pp. (R.H. 1635-1703.)

Hooke, Robert, 1635-1703. Conamen ad motum Telluris probandum ex observationibus astronomi celeberrimi Roberti Hooke Regiae Societatis, apud Londinenses, Socii. Oxford, 1679.

Hook, Mr. A Contrivance to Make the Picture of Any Thing Appear on a Wall, Cub-Board, or within a Picture-Frame, &c. in the Midst of a Light Room in the Day-Time; Or in the Night-Time in Any Room That is Enlightned with a Considerable Number of Candles; Devised and Communicated by the Ingenious Mr. Hook, as Follows. Philosophical Transactions 3 (1668) 741-743.

Hooke, Robert. A description of helioscopes and some other instruments made by Robert Hooke, Fellow of the Royal Society. London: Printed by T.R. for John Martyn ..., 1676. 32pp., 2 plates.

(Hooke) A Description of an Instrument for Dividing a Foot into Many Thousand Parts, and Thereby Measuring the Diameters of Planets to a Great Exactness, &c. as It Was Promised, Numb. 25. Philosophical Transactions 2 (1667) 541-556.

Hooke, Robert. Lampas, or, Descriptions of some mechanical improvements of lamps & waterpoises. London: Printed for John Martyn, 1677. R.H.: 1635-1703.

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Hooke, Robert. Micrographia, or, Some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses with observations and inquiries thereupon. London: Printed by Jo. Martyn and Ja. Allestry, 1665. 246pp, 37 plates.

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(Hook) The Particulars of those Observations of the Planet Mars 1665. Philosophical Transactions 1 (1665-1666) 239-242.

Hook, Mr. Some Observations Lately Made at London Concerning the Planet Jupiter. Philosophical Transactions 1 (1665) 245-247. (60 foot glass, Jupiter to 2 degrees, & Saturn, illustrated)

(Hooke) Book review; Animadversions on the First part of the Machina Caelestis of the deservedly famous Astronomer Johannes Hevelius, &c. together with an Explication of some Instruments, Robert Hook. pp215-216. An Accompt of Three Books. Philosophical Transactions 9 (1674) 209-216.

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Horne, Douglas. Optical Instruments and Their Applications. Bristol: Adam Hilger, 1980. pp47-66, telescopes.

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