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Schaeberle, J. M. Derivation of fundamental formulas for the Cassegrain (and Gregory) telescopes. Astronomical Journal 16:4 (Jan. 1896) 25-28.

Schaeberle, J.M. A method for determining the flexure of a telescope-tube for all positions of the instrument. The Observatory 5 (June 1882) 167-169. (reprinted from AJS, May 1882)

Schaeberle, J.M. On a Fundamental Optical Defect in the Images Formed by a Parabolic Reflector. Astronomical Journal 18 (1897) 35-38.

Schaeberle, J.M. On the photographic efficiency of a 13-inch reflector of 20-inches focus. Astronomical Journal 23 (1903) 109-113. (band drive, Ann Arbor)
Schaefer, Bradley. Astronomy and the limits of vision. Vistas in Astronomy 36:4 (1993) 311-361.

Schaefer, Bradley. The Black Drop Effect. Journal for the History of Astronomy 32:4 (Nov. 2001) 325-336.

Schaefer, Bradley E. The Epoch of the Constellations on the Farnese Atlas and Their Origin in Hipparchus's Lost Catalogue. Journal for the History of Astronomy 36 (2005) 1-29.

Schaefer, Bradley E. Telescopic Limiting Magnitudes. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific102 (Feb. 1990) 212-229.

Schaffer, S. Book review. The Preface to John Flamsteed's Historia Coelestis Britannica, Allan Chapman, ed.. Annals of Science 41:4 (July 1984) 409-410.

Schaffer, Simon. Machine Philosophy: Demonstration Devices in Georgian Mechanics. Osiris 9 (1994) 157-182.

Schalck, Robert. The Optical History of Rachel (Chabot’s 20-inch telescope). The Refractor, Bulletin of the Eastbay Astronomical Society 79:11 (July 2002) 1-2, 4-5.

Schatzman, Evry. The Desire to Understand the World. Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics 34 (1996) 1–34.

Scheiner, Christoph. Oculus, hoc est: Fundamentum opticum in quo ex accurata oculi anatome, abstrusarum experientiarum sedula pervestigatione, ex invisis specierum visibilium tam everso quam erecto situ spectaculis, nec non solidis rationum momentis, radius visualis eruitur; sua visioni in oculo sedes decernitur; anguli visiorii ingenium aperitur; difficultates veteres, novae, innumerae expediuntur, abstrusa, obscura, curiosa plurima in medium proferuntur; plura depromendi occasio harum rerum studiosis datur: opus multorum votis diu expetitum; philosophis omnibus, praesertim qui naturae vim in medicina, physica aut mathesi addiscenda rimantur, neque inutile neque ingratum, imo necessarium futurum. Londini: Excudebat J. Flesher, & prostant apud Cornelium Bee, 1652. 254pp. (1st ed., 1619.) (CS 1575-1650)

(Scheiner) Frost, Edwin. Julius Scheiner. Astrophysical Journal 41:1 (Jan. 1915) 1-9. (Potsdam 80cm refractor, 1899, optical imperfections required refiguring. 50 cm guiding telescope)

Schettino, Edvige. A New Instrument for Infrared Radiation Measurements: the Thermopile of Macedonio Melloni. Annals of Science 46:5 (Sept. 1989) 511-517.

(Schiaparelli) Giovanni Virginio Schiaparelli. Astrophysical Journal 32 (1910) 313-319. (Milan, Sisson equatorial sector 4 inch telescope, Starke meridian circle 4 inch telescope, Merz 8 inch equatorial, 1886 Merz-Repsold 18 inch refractor Brera Obs.)

Schielicke, Reinhard. Astronomie in Jena, Historische Streifzuege von den mittelalterlichen Sonnenuhren zum Universarium. G.D.R.: S. Kunath, 1988.

Schilling, Govert. The Ultimate Telescope. Mercury, May-June 2002, pp16-22. (OWL, Euro50, CELT)

Schillinger, Klaus. The Development of Saxon Scientific Instrument-Making Skills from the Sixteenth Century to the Thirty Years War. Annals of Science 47:3 (May 1990) 277-289.

(Schilt) Carlisle, Rodney P. Schilt, Jan. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. Nov 25 2003.

Schirmer, Alison &.Steven Majewski. Virtual Museum of Measuring Engines. January 30, 2003

History of Photography in Astronomical Measurements

History of Photometry in Astronomical Observations

History of Astrometric Measurements in Astronomy

Gaertner Single Screw Measuring Engine (1916, 1926) (among the first measuring machines for photographic work, stellar & spectral line positions)

Blink Comparator (1920's). Brashear Blink Comparator (1950) (variable blink settings)

Gaertner Single Screw Measuring Engine (1960's) (astronomical spectra to a fraction of a micron)

Mann 422F13 Measuring Engine (1967) (measure in two directions using two separate precision screws, superior accuracy)

Mann Comparator (late 1960's) (two-coordinate measuring system)

Grant 2-Coordinate Measuring Engine (1970) (easier, faster, more accurate)

Boller and Chivens Microphotometer (1970's) (measuring positions of spectral lines)

Type 621 Mann Comparator (1981) (measurements sent to a computer)

Perkin-Elmer PDS Microdensitometer Model 1010GM (1989) (automated, larger range of photographic plate density)

Future Prospects; Glossary of Terms; References and Bibliography.

Schlesinger, Frank. Edwin Brant Frost, 1866-1935. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 47 (Aug. 1935) 175. (#278)

Schlesinger, Frank. Some Pioneer Observers. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 41 (Aug. 1929) 212ff (#242). (Bradley, Bessel, Rutherfurd)

Schlesinger, F. A Southern telescope. The Observatory 47 (July 1924) 221-223. (Yale-Columbia, McDowell / Hageman)

Schlesinger, Frank. Spherical Aberration in Astronomical Objectives due to Changes of Temperature. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 1:1 (Jan. 15, 1915) 13-14. (30 inch Thaw)

(Schlesinger) Alden, H.L. Dr. Frank Schlesinger (1871-1943). Monthly Notes of the Astronomical Society of Southern Africa 3 (Feb. 1944) 16ff. Monthly Notes of the Astronomical Society of Southern Africa. Vols. 1 to 15, condensed. Pat Wild, ed. 1980.

(Schlesinger) Kidwell, Peggy Aldrich. Schlesinger, Frank. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. Nov 25 2003.

(Schlesinger) Slocum, Frederick. Frank Schlesinger 1871-1943. Astrophysical Journal 98:3 (Nov. 1943) 241-243.

Schmeidler, F. Johannes Regiomontanus. Vistas in Astronomy 21:4 (1977) 315-324.

Schmeidler, F. Methods in Meridian Astronomy. Vistas in Astronomy 6 (1965) 69-91.

Schmidt, Wolfgang. Solar Telescopes and Instruments: Ground. Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics. November 2000.

Schneer, Cecil. Kepler's New Year's Gift of a Snowflake. Isis 51:4 (Dec. 1960) 531-545.

Schneider. Quality Criteria of Lenses. white_papers/quality_criteria_of_lenses.pdf (.pdf)

Schneider, Glenn, Jay M. Pasachoff, & Leon Golub. TRACE observations of the 15 November 1999 transit of Mercury and the Black Drop effect: considerations for the 2004 transit of Venus. Icarus 168 (2004) 249-256.

Schnur, G.F.O., et al. The Hexa-Pod-Telescope: The Mounting. pp717-718. W.Wamsteker, et al, ed. Frontiers of Space and Ground-Based Astronomy. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1994.

Schnur, G.F.O., et al. The Hexa-Pod-Telescope: The Optical Telescope Assembly. pp719-720. W.Wamsteker, et al, ed. Frontiers of Space and Ground-Based Astronomy. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1994.

Schober, H.A.W., et al. Accommodation during observations with optical instruments. Journal of the Optical Society of America 60 (1970) 103ff.

Schomaker, William. Big Glass. Astronomy. May 2003. pp38-44.

Schorn, Ronald. Planetary Astronomy from Ancient Times to the Third Millenium. College Station: Texas A & M Press, 1998. (pp215-220, NASA's Telescopes)

Schott Technical Glasses, Physical and Technical Properties. 2000.

Schroeter, John Jerome. New Observations in Further Proof of the Mountainous Inequalities, Rotation, Atmosphere, and Twilight, of the Planet Venus. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 85 (1795) 117-176. (drawings Venus)

Schroeter, John Jerome. Observations on the Atmospheres of Venus and the Moon, Their Respective Densities, Perpendicular Heights, and the Twi-Light Occasioned by Them. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 82 (1792) 309-361. (drawings, including Jupiter)
Schupmann, L. Berechnung der Medial-Fernrohre mit einfacher Spiegellinse. Zeitschrift fuer Instrumentenkunde 41 (July 1921) 212-

Schupmann, L. Mechanische Einrichtung und Gebrauch der Medial-Fernrohre mit einfachem Spiegel. Zeitschrift fuer Instrumentenkunde 41 (September 1921) 253-258.

(Schupmann) Villa, John. Adaptation of the Schupmann Medial Telescope to a Large Scale Astronomical System. Applied Optics 11:8 (Aug. 1972) 1814-1821.

Schwarzschild, Bertram. Large new-technology optical telescopes proposed. Physics Today 34:8 (Aug. 1981) 17-20.

Schwarzschild, Bertram. Solar Optical Telescope will orbit on space shuttle. Physics Today 35:9 (Sept. 1982) 17-19.

Schwarzschild, Bertram. Telescope array begins interferometric imaging of stars at Optical Wavelengths. Physics Today 49:4 (April 1996) 17-18.

(Schwarzschild, Karl.) Obituary. (reprinted from The Observatory) Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 28 (Dec. 1916) 269-273.

Schwarzschild, Martin & Barbara. Balloon Astronomy. Scientific American 200:5 (May 1959) 52-59.

(Schwarzschild) Trimble, Virginia. Martin Schwarzschild (1912-1997). Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 109 (Dec. 1997) 1289-1297.

Schwesinger, Gehard. Comparative Assessment of Aberrations Originating in Telescope Mirrors from the Edge Support. Astronomical Journal 74 (Dec. 1969) 1243-1254.

Scophony Ltd. Light-Dividing Prism. Journal of Scientific Instruments 22:8 (August 1945) 156-157. (beamsplitter)

Scott, Craig. The Galilean Telescope. pp558-160, Introduction to Optics & Optical Imaging. n.d., n.p.

Scott, John; Hon. Curator of the Observatory, the Museum, York. York Astronomers and Instrument Makers; Reminiscences of Old-Time Worthies: (1) Henry Hindley. Yorkshire Gazette, 17 Jan. 1925. York Astronomers and Instrument Makers; About Henry Hindley (concluded): Edward Pigott's Early Days. Yorkshire Gazette, 24 Jan. 1925. York Astronomers and Instrument Makers; Edward Piggott (concluded): John Goodricke, the Deaf and Dumb Mathematician. Yorkshire Gazette, 31 Jan. 1925.

Scovil, Charles E. A Short History of Stamford Observatory. Journal: The Journal of the American Association of Variable Star Observers 24:1 (1996) 59-63.

Seares, Frederick H. The Gans-Crawford Telescope. University of Missouri Laws Observatory Bulletin 1:13 (Dec. 1907) 189-190. (R. Brown Gans, Boone County, Missouri, 4.5 inch refractor; Gaertner mount)

Seares, Frederick H. The Zoellner-Mueller Photometer; The Gans-Crawford Telescope. pp187-190. Publications of the University of Missouri; Bulletins of the Laws Observatory, Volume 1, Numbers 1-16. Columbia, Missouri, 1902-1908. (Frederick H. Seares.) pp91-106; Photometers: disk, wedge, Zeiss wedges.

Seares, Frederick H. George Ellery Hale: The Scientist Afield. Isis 30:2 (May 1939) 241-267.

Seares, Frederick H. Photographic Photometry with the 60-inch Reflector of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory. Astrophysical Journal 38 (May 1914) 307-340.

Seares, Frederick H. A Simple Method for Determining the Colors of the Stars. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2:9 (Sept. 15, 1916) 521-525.

(Seares) Brashear, Ronald. Seares, Frederick Hanley. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. Nov 25 2003.

Searle, G.F.C. Apparatus used for the teaching of optics at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge. Transactions of the Optical Society 16 (1915-1916) 189-223. (measurement focal length; diameter field stop)

Sears, J.E. The National Physical Laboratory tests and certificates. Journal of Scientific Instruments 14:11 (November 1937) 358-361.

Segre, Michael. Light on the Galileo Case? Isis 88:3 (Sept. 1997) 484-504.

Segre, Michael. Viviani's Life of Galileo. Isis. 80:2 (June 1989) 206-231.

Seller, John. Atlas caelestis. London, 1677.

Sellers, David. The life of Jeremiah Horrocks remains something of a mystery. Physics Education 39 (2004) 298-300.

Senex, John. A Contrivance to Make the Poles of the Diurnal Motion in a Celestial Globe Pass Round the Poles of the Ecliptic. Philosophical Transactions 40 (1737-1738) 203-204.

Serio, Giorgia Fodera. Book review: Catalogo della corrispondenza degli Astronomi di Brera, 1726-1799; Agnese Mandrino; Guido Tagliaferri; Pasquale Tucci, ed. Isis 79:1 (March 1988) 130-131.

Serkowski, K. Some possibilities of increasing the efficiency of optical telescopes. The Observatory 87 (Dec. 1967) 259-262.

Setchell, John. Clockmaking in York: An Overview. Yorkshire Philosophical Society, Annual Report for the year 1993, pp49-57. (Hindley)

Seymour, P.A.H. The 1919 Solar Eclipse Expedition. Vistas in Astronomy 20:1 (1976) 207-209.

Shadwell, Thomas. The Virtuoso. 1676.

Shafer, David. Aberration Theory and the Meaning of Life. pp25-30. SPIE 554, International Lens Design Conference (1985). Bellingham: SPIE, 1985.

Shafer, David. Aberration theory - a spectrum of design techniques for the perplexed. pp120-126. SPIE 655, Optical System Design, Analysis, and Production for Advanced Technology Systems (1986). Bellingham: SPIE, 1986.

Shafer, David. More High-Performance Designs for Amateur Telescopes. Telescope Making #38 (Fall 1989) 42-45.

Shafer, David. Optical design with only two surfaces. pp256-261. Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 237, International Lens Design Conference, Oakland, May 31-June 4, 1980.

Shafer, David. A Simple, High-Performance Amateur Telescope. Telescope Making #29 (Winter 1986-7) 10-11.

Shakerley, Jeremy. The anatomy of Urania practica or, a short mathematicall discourse; laying open the errors and impertinencies delivered in a treatise lately published by Mr. Vincent Wing, and Mr. William Leybourne, under the title of Urania practica. London: Printed by Thomas Brudenell, 1649. 37pp.

Shakerley, Jeremy. Tabulae Britannicae. London: Printed by R. & W. Leybourn for Robert Boydell, 1653.

(Shane) Osterbrock, Donald E. Shane, Charles Donald. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. Nov 25 2003.

Shankland, Paul & Wayne Orchiston. Nineteenth century astronomy at the U.S. Naval Academy. Journal of Astronomical History & Heritage 5:2 (Dec. 2002) 165-179.

Shapin, Steven. Book review: The Correspondence of Henry Oldenburg; A. Rupert Hall & Marie Boas Hall, ed. Isis 78:3 (Sept. 1987) 417-424.

Shapley, Dora. Pre-Huygenian Observations of Saturn's Ring. Isis 40:1 (Feb. 1949) 12-17. De annulo Saturni commentatus est Elto Martini Beima. 1842. pre-Huygenian observations 1: Galileo. 1,3: Scheiner. 5: Fontana, Mattheus Taberna. 14. Ismael Boulliau.

Shapley, Harlow. On the Astronomical High Lights of a Half Century. Irish Astronomical Journal 5:7 (1959) 190-194.

(Shapley) Gingerich, Owen. Shapley, Harlow. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. Nov 25 2003.

Sharp, Donald. Recent Developments in Optical Glass Making in America. Popular Astronomy 30 (1922) 262-266.

Sharp, Robert. Some Final Thoughts of Sir John Herschel, F.R.S. Notes & Records of the Royal Society of London 56:2 (2002) 183-186.

Shea, James. Ole Roemer, the speed of light, the apparent period of Io, the Doppler effect, and the dynamics of Earth and Jupiter. American Journal of Physics 66:7 (July 1998) 561-569.

Shea, William R. Galileo, Scheiner, and the Interpretation of Sunspots. Isis 61:4 (Winter 1970) 498-519.

Shea, William R. Some aspects of post-renaissance astronomy. Vistas in Astronomy 20:1 (1976) 11-15.

Sheehan, William, Nicholas Kollerstrom and Craig B. Waff. The Case of the Pilfered Planet: Did the British steal Neptune? Scientific American 291:6 (Dec. 2004) 92-99.

Sheehan, W. E.E. Barnard and Mars: The early years. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 103:1 (Feb. 1993) 34-36.

Sheehan, William. Giovanni Schiaparelli: Visions of a colour blind astronomer. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 107:1 (Feb. 1997) 11-15.

Sheehan, W. & R.J. McKim. The myth of Earth-based Martian crater sightings. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 104:6 (Dec. 1994) 281-286.

Sheehan, William & Richard Baum. Observations and inference: Johann Hieronymous Schroeter, 1745-1816. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 105:4 (Aug. 1995) 171-175.

Sheehan, William. Observations of Saturn in 1992 and 1993 at Pic Du Midi and Yerkes. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 104:4 (Aug. 1994) 194-196.

Sheepshanks, R. On the Cape mural circle. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 2 (April 1832) 91-100.

Sheets-Pyenson, Susan. Popular Science Periodicals in Paris and London: the Emergence of a Low Scientific Culture, 1820-1875. Annals of Science 42:6 (Nov. 1985) 549-572.

(Shearman) 10 Foot Reflector Promised. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 15 (1917) 384-385. (C.A. Chant, Notes & Queries) (T.S.H. Shearman, Vancouver, B.C., to cast a 10 foot glass mirror for Charles Fry's observatory in Seattle.)

Sherman, Roger. Heliostat. pp305-308. Bud, Robert & Deborah J. Warner. Instruments of Science, An Historical Encyclopedia. N.Y.: Garland, 1998.

Sherratt, Tim & Anne-Marie Condé. A Wartime Observatory Observed; the Mount Stromlo community, 1940-1945. (July 2004)

(Shoemaker) Shoemaker, Carolyn S. Shoemaker, Gene. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. Nov 25 2003.

Short, James. An Account of the Eclipse of the Moon, Which Happened Nov. 21, 1751. Philosophical Transactions 47 (1751-1752) 317-319.

Short, James. An Account of an Eclipse of the Moon, 22d November 1760, Observed in Surrey-Street in the Strand, London. Philosophical Transactions 51 (1759-1760) 936.

Short, James. An Account of the Eclipse of the Moon, on the 8th of May 1762, in the Morning, Observed by Mr. Short, in Surrey-Street, London. Philosophical Transactions 52 (1761-1762) 542.

Short, James. An Account of a Remarkable Appearance in the Moon, April 22, 1751. Philosophical Transactions 47 (1751-1752) 164-166.

Short, James. The Difference of Longitude between the Royal Observatories of Greenwich and Paris, Determined by the Observations of the Transits of Mercury over the Sun in the Years 1723, 1736, 1743, and 1753. Philosophical Transactions 53 (1763) 158-169.

Short, James. An Eclipse of the Moon, Jan. 2. 1740. Observed at Mr. Graham's House in Fleetstreet, by Mr. Short, with a Reflecting Telescope of Nine Inches Focus, That Magnified about 40 Times. Philosophical Transactions 41 (1739-1741) 633.

Short, James. An Eclipse of the Sun, July 14. 1748. Observed by the Right Honourable James Earl of Morton, Mr. le Monnier, Royal Astronomer and Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris, and Mr. Ja. Short, Fellows of the Royal Society. Philosophical Transactions 45 (1748) 582-597.

Short, James. An Eclipse of the Sun, Dec. 19. 1739. in the Morning, Observed by Mr. Short in Surrey-Street, with a Reflecting Telescope of 16 Inches Focus, That Magnified about 40 Times. Philosophical Transactions 41 (1739-1741) 633.

Short, James. An Extract of a Letter from Mr. James Short, of the College at Edinburgh, to Mr. Richard Graham. Philosophical Transactions 41 (1739-1741) 368-369.

Short, James. ....the Inventor of the Contrivance in the Pendulum of a Clock, to Prevent the Irregularities of Its Motion by Heat and Cold. Philosophical Transactions 47 (1751-1752) 517-524.

Short, James. Observation of the Eclipse of the Sun, the 1st of April 1764, Made in Surry Street, in the Strand, London. Philosophical Transactions 54 (1764) 107-105. (pagination discontinuous)

Short, James. An Observation on the Planet Venus, (with Regard to Her Having a Satellite) Made by Mr. James Short, F. R. S. at Sunrise, October 23. 1740. Philosophical Transactions 41 (1739-1741) 646-647.

Short, James. Observations on the Comet Seen in January 1760. Philosophical Transactions 51 (1759-1760) 465.

Short, James. Observations on the Same Subject. Philosophical Transactions 58 (1768) 55-57. (thermometer)

Short, James. Observations of the Transit of Mercury Over the Sun, May 6, 1753. Philosophical Transactions 48 (1753-1754) 192-200. (telescopes, eyepieces with cross hairs, & micrometer)

Short, James & Dr. Bevis. An Occultation of Jupiter and His Satellites by the Moon, October 28. 1740. in the Morning; Observed at Mr. George Graham's, F. R. S. House in Fleetstreet, London, by Dr. Bevis and Mr. James. Short. Philosophical Transactions 41 (1739-1741) 647-649.

Shuter, William L. H. & Lorne A. Whitehead. A wide sky coverage ferrofluid mercury telescope. Astrophysical Journal 424:2 (April 1994) L139-L141.

Shwartz, Josef, Gerald T. Wilson, & Joel Avidor. Tactical High Energy Laser. SPIE Proceedings 4632. Laser and Beam Control Technologies. Bellingham: SPIE, 2002. May 2004.

Siddiqi, Asif. Deep Space Chronicle, A Chronology of Deep Space and Planetary Probes 1958–2000. NASA SP-2002-4524. Washington, DC: NASA, 2002. 237pp.

Sigler, Robert. All-spherical catadioptic telescope with small corrector lenses. Applied Optics 21:15 (Aug. 1, 1982).

Sigler, Robert. Compound Schmidt telescope designs with nonzero Petzval curvatures. Applied Optics 14:9 (Sept. 1975) 2302-2305.

Sigler, R.D. Family of Compact Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope Designs. Applied Optics 13:8 (Aug. 1974) 1765-1766.

Simaan, Arkan. The transit of Venus across the Sun. Physics Education 39 (2004) 247-251.

Simmons, Jorge. Parasite Images: General Considerations and Design Precepts. pp231-235. Publications of SPIE vol. 44. Instrumentation in Astronomy II. Bellingham: SPIE, 1974.

Simmons, Mike. Astronomy in Iran. Mercury, Jan.-Feb. 2003, pp29-39.

Simms, D.L. & P.L. Hinkley. David Gregory on Newton's Burning Mirror. Notes & Records of the Royal Society of London 55:2 (2001) 185-190.

Simms, Jr., W. On a mounting for a large reflecting telescope. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 13 (April 1853) 187. (fixed eyepiece?)

Simms, William. On a self-acting circular dividing engine. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 5 (June 9, 1843) 291-292.

Simon, Henry. (Planetarium mechanisms.) American Machinist 71 (1929) issues 6, 11, 15, 18, 22. Illustrated.

Simpson, A.D.C. Book review; Public and Private Science: The King George III Collection; Alan Q. Morton; Jane A. Wess. Isis 87:1 (March 1996) 181-182.

Simpson, A.D.C. Neile, Sir Paul (1613-1685/6). Dictionary of National Biography, Missing Persons, ed. C.S. Nicholls. Oxford: O.U.P., 1993. (Reeve)

Simpson, Allen. Francois Soleil, Andrew Ross, and William Cookson: The Fresnel Lens Applied. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 41 (1994) 16-19.

Simpson, T. ...on the Advantage of Taking the Mean of a Number of Observations, in Practical Astronomy. Philosophical Transactions 49 (1755-1756) 82-93.

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