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(Slipher, V.) Webb, George E. Slipher, Vesto Melvin. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. http://www.anb.org/articles/13/13-01524.html Nov 25 2003.

Smart, Ken C. E. Mirror-Testing Interferometry with Simple Equipment. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 93 (Feb. 1982) 35-6.

Smartt, R.N. & J.V. Ramsay. On the production and use of the optical contact bond. Journal of Scientific Instruments 41 (1964) 514.

Smeaton, W.A. Some large Burning Lenses and their Use by Eighteenth-Century French and British Chemists. Annals of Science 44:3 (May 1987) 265-276.

Smiley, Charles H. The History of the Lick Observatory. Scientific Monthly 47:2 (Aug. 1938) 128-135.

Smiley, Charles H. The Magical Schmidt. The Sky 4:9 (July 1940)10-11, 22.

Smiley, Charles H. Racing the Moon's Shadow on July 20, 1963. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 58 (Feb. 1964) 10-12.

(Smiley, Charles H.) Obituary. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 72 (1978) 46-47.

(Smiley, Charles H.) Obituary. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 19 (1978) 510-511.

(Smiley, Charles H.) Obituary. Sky & Telescope 54:3 (Sept. 1977) 191-192.

Smith, A. Mark. Galileo's Proof for the Earth's Motion from the Movement of Sunspots. Isis 76:4 (Dec. 1985) 543-551.

Smith, Craig, et al. Two-Meter Telescopes for the New Millennium. pp576-583. SPIE 4004, Telescope Structures, Enclosures, Controls, Assembly / Integration / Validation, and Commissioning. Bellingham: SPIE, 2000. (EOS Technologies, Tucson)

Smith, Edwin Burrows. Jean-Sylvain Bailly: Astronomer, Mystic, Revolutionary; 1736-1793. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series, 44:4 (1954) 427-538.

Smith, F. Dow. History of Optics at Itek. Applied Optics 11:12 (Dec. 1972) 2729-2738. (J. Baker, Boston U., NASA)

Smith, F. Dow. How Images are Formed. Scientific American, Sept. 1968 (reprint).

Smith, Francis G., and J.H. Thomson. Optics. N.Y.: Wiley, 1988 (2nd ed.). (pp112-115, telescopes; pp115-117, binoculars.)

Smith, F.G. U.K. astronomy on La Palma. Vistas in Astronomy 28:2 (1985) 431-436.

Smith, Gregory Hallock. The Cooke Triplet and Tessar Lenses. pp271-307. Practical Computer-Aided Lens Design. Richmond: Willman-Bell, 1998.
(Smith, Harlan) Douglas, James Nathaniel. Obituary: Harlan J. Smith, 1924-1991. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 24:4 (Sept. 1992) 1332-1334.

Smith, H.I. A Versatile Portable Mounting. Sky & Telescope 12:6 (April, 1953) 164-166. (Zeiss two-mirror Schmidt reworked by Hendrix; George Carroll mount)

Smith, John. An accidence for the sea. London: Printed by T[homas] H[arper] for Benjamin Fisher, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the Talbot in Aldersgate street, 1636. 62pp.

Smith, John. An Accidence for Young Sea-men: or, Their path-way to experience. London: Printed [by Nicholas Okes] for Ionas Man, and Benjamin Fisher, and are to be sold at the signe of the Talbot, in Aldersgate streete, 1626. [8], 19, 24-42, [2] p. (STC (2nd ed.) / 22784)

Smith, John. Ritchey-Chretien Alignment & Collimation. RC Optical Systems, 2003. 7p. (.pdf)

Smith, L.W.C. Exhibit of a direct vision star spectroscope. Transactions of the Optical Society 22:2 (January 1921) 92.

Smith, Robert W. The Cambridge Network in Action: The Discovery of Neptune. Isis 80:3 (Sept. 1989) 395-422.

Smith, Robert W. Studies of the Milky-Way 1850-1930 - Some Highlights. pp43-58. Milky Way Galaxy: IAU Symposium 106. Groningen, 1985.

Smith, S., et al. Effects of Exposure to Various Red Lights upon Dark Adaptation Measured by the Method of Constant Stimuli. Journal of the Optical Society of America 45, 7: 502.
Smith, Thomas, 1883-1969. Chronological bibliography.

(Smith, T.) Campbell, A. & T. Smith. On a Method of Testing Photographic Shutters. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 21 (December 1907) 788ff.

Smith, T. On the results of some tests on photographic shutters at the national physical laboratory. Transactions of the Optical Society 12 (1910) 128ff.

Smith, T. Practical optical calculations, with theorems relating to the positions of stops, and exact formulae for the correction of chromatic aberrations. Transactions of the Optical Society 13 (1911) 196ff.

Smith, T. Note on Optical Imagery. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 25 (December 1912) 239ff.

Smith, T. Notes on the Calculation of "Thin" Objectives. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 27 (December 1914) 485ff.

Smith, T. On Tracing Rays Through an Optical System. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 27 (December 1914) 502ff.

Smith, T. Measuring the Focal Length of a Photographic Lens. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 27 (December 1914) 171ff.

Smith, T. The Choice of Glass for Cemented Objectives. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 28 (December 1915) 220ff.

Smith, T. Lenses for Light Distribution. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 28 (December 1915) 211ff.

Smith, T. The Correction of Chromatic Aberrations when the External Media are Dispersive. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 28 (December 1915) 235ff.

Smith, T. The Determination of Coma from a Central Ray. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 29 (December 1916) 293ff.

Smith, T. Principles and Methods of Calculating Telescope Objectives. Transactions of the Optical Society 18 (May 1917) 160ff.

Smith, T. & Miss A.B. Dale. Triple Cemented Telescope Objectives. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London. 30:1 (December 1917) 21-30.

Smith, T. On a Class of Multiple Thin Objectives. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 30:1 (December 1917) 31-62. (Comment Conrady)

Smith, T. Note on the Use of Approximate Methods in Obtaining Constructional Data for Telescope Objectives. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 30:1 (December 1917) 119-126.

Smith, T. On Tracing Rays Through an Optical System. (Second Paper.) Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 30 (December 1917) 221ff.

Smith, T. The Detection of "Ghosts" in Prisms. Transactions of the Optical Society 19 (February 1918) 120ff.

Smith, T. Charts for assisting in the Selection of Suitable Glasses for Cemented Doublets. Transactions of the Optical Society 19 (June 1918) 169ff.

Smith, T. The Correction of Telescope Objectives. Philosophical Magazine 36 (1918) 405-412.

Smith, T. Some generalised forms of an optical equation. Transactions of the Optical Society 20 (November 1918) 23ff.

Smith, T. The spacing of glass-working tools. Transactions of the Optical Society 20 (April 1919) 237ff.

Smith, T. The incident angles corresponding to given deviation produced by a prism. Transactions of the Optical Society 21 (October 1919) 49ff.

Smith, T. On Balancing Errors of Different Orders. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 32 (December 1919) 141ff.

Smith, T. On Tracing Rays through an Optical System (Third Paper). Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 32 (December 1919) 252ff.

Smith, T. On Tracing Rays through an Optical System (Fourth Paper). Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 33 (December 1920) 174ff.

Smith, T. Note on the Galilean binocular. Transactions of the Optical Society 22 (January 1921) 84ff.

Smith, T. The aberration theory of thin objectives constructed with three or more kinds of glass. Transactions of the Optical Society 22 (February 1921) 111ff.

Smith, T. & G. Milne. A recalculation of the telescopic objectives of Steinheil and Voit. Transactions of the Optical Society 22 (February 1921) 122ff.

Smith, T. Note on dispersion formulae and the secondary spectrum. Transactions of the Optical Society 22 (February 1921) 99ff.

Smith, T. The Accuracy of the Internally Focusing Telescope in Tacheometry. Philosophical Magazine 41 (1921) 890-899.

Smith, T. The Position of Best Focus in the Presence of Spherical Aberration. Proceedings of the Physical Society of London 34 (December 1921) 145ff.

Smith, T. The optical three apertures problem. Transactions of the Optical Society 23 (January 1922) 132ff.

Smith, T. A projective treatment of the submarine periscope. Transactions of the Optical Society 23 (February 1922) 217ff.

Smith, T. & John S. Anderson. A criticism of the Nodal slide as an aid in testing photographic lenses. Transactions of the Optical Society 23 (February 1922) 188ff.

Smith, T. The Dispersion of Glass. Journal of the Optical Society of America 6 (Jan. 1922) 57-66.

Smith, T. The changes in aberrations when the object and stop are moved. Transactions of the Optical Society 23 (June 1922) 311ff.

Smith, T. & L.M. Gillman. Note on achromatism with one glass. Transactions of the Optical Society 23 (June 1922) 328ff.

Smith, T. The classification of optical instruments. Transactions of the Optical Society 23 (June 1922) 323ff.

Smith, T. A large aperture aplanatic lens not corrected for colour. Transactions of the Optical Society 24 (October 1922) 22ff.

Smith, T. The optical cosine law. Transactions of the Optical Society 24 (October 1922) 31ff.

Smith, T. Eyepieces. v4, pp74-80. Optical Calculations. v4, pp287-315. Optical Glass. (with J.S. Anderson) v4, pp315-326. Periscopes. v4, pp350-374. Photographic Lenses. v4, pp396-410. Small Telescopes. v4, pp858-866. Tests for Homogeneity of Transparent Substances. (with J.S. Anderson) v4, p874. Richard Glazebrook, ed. A Dictionary of Applied Physics. London: Macmillan, 1922, 1923.

Smith, T. The distribution of corrective duties in optical instruments. Transactions of the Optical Society 24 (February 1923) 168ff.

Smith, T. A general survey of the thin double lens. Transactions of the Optical Society 25 (October 1923) 13ff.

Smith, T. The primary and secondary constant magnification surfaces of thin lenses. Transactions of the Optical Society 25 (November 1923) 89ff.

Smith, T. A reference system for primary aberrations. Transactions of the Optical Society 25 (January 1924) 130ff.

Smith, T. The relation between aperture, axial thickness, and form for a single lens. Transactions of the Optical Society 25 (January 1924) 107ff.

Smith, T. A Modification of the Nodal Slide. Journal of Scientific Instruments 1:7 (April 1924) 209-213.

Smith, T. The addition of aberrations. Transactions of the Optical Society 25 (April 1924) 177ff.

Smith, T. A general solution of the first order aberrational equations. Transactions of the Optical Society 25 (May 1924) 273.

Smith, T. The back vertex power of a combination of lenses. Transactions of the Optical Society 26 (October 1924) 31ff. Corrections, 26 (1924) 208ff.

Smith, T. The theory of neutralization. Transactions of the Optical Society 26 (October 1924) 38ff.

Smith, T. Note on the criterion for the best position of focus. Transactions of the Optical Society 27 (1925) 265ff.

Smith, T. Note on Chalmers' applications of the Hartmann test. Transactions of the Optical Society 27 (1925) 242ff.

Smith, T. The stationary value of axially symmetric functions, Part I. Transactions of the Optical Society 27 (1925) 307ff.

Smith, T. On the light transmitted and reflected by a pile of plates. Transactions of the Optical Society 27 (1925) 317ff.

Smith, T. The treatment of reflection as a special case of refraction. Transactions of the Optical Society 27 (1925) 312ff.

Smith, T. Note on the cosine law. Transactions of the Optical Society 26 (June 1925) 281ff.

Smith, T. Lagrange's theorem and stationary functions. Transactions of the Optical Society 27 (November 1925) 43ff.

Smith, T. The theory of the lens-testing interferometer, Part I. Transactions of the Optical Society 28 (1926) 104ff.

Smith, T. The stationary value of axially symmetric functions: part II. Transactions of the Optical Society 28 (1926) 285ff.

Smith, T. Some uncultivated optical fields. Transactions of the Optical Society 28 (1926) 225ff.

Smith, T. The Calculation of Determinants and Their Minors. Philosophical Magazine 3 (1927) 1007-1009.

Smith, T. On toric lenses. Transactions of the Optical Society 29 (December 1927) 71ff.

Smith, T. On some misapplications of the law of errors, and on the intrinsic error in focometry. Proceedings of the Physical Society 40 (December 1927) 159ff.

Smith, T. Canonical forms in the theory of asymmetrical optical systems. Transactions of the Optical Society 29 (December 1927) 88ff.

Smith, T. The primordial coefficients of asymmetrical lenses. Transactions of the Optical Society 29 (March 1928) 167ff.

Smith, T. The theory of aplanatic surfaces. Transactions of the Optical Society 29 (March 1928) 179ff.

Smith, T. Note on the use of lenses in series for sight testing. Transactions of the Optical Society 29 (May 1928) 243ff.

Smith, T. The need for reform in the teaching of optics. Proceedings of the Physical Society 41 (October 1928) 258ff.

Smith, T. A method of evaluating the kinematic coefficients of linked systems. Proceedings of the Physical Society 41 (October 1928) 576ff.

Smith, T. Reflecting systems for image inversion. Transactions of the Optical Society 30 (December 1928) 79ff.

Smith, T. On systems of plane reflecting surfaces. Transactions of the Optical Society 30 (December 1928) 68ff.

Smith, T. Note on skew pencils traversing a symmetrical instrument. Transactions of the Optical Society 30 (January 1929) 130ff.

Smith, T., John S. Anderson, & L.C.Cordle. Photographs of reflexion caustics. Transactions of the Optical Society 30 (January 1929) 134ff.

Smith, T. Secondary conjugate surfaces. Transactions of the Optical Society 32 (1930) 129ff.

Smith, T. On absolute refractive indices in geometrical optics. Transactions of the Optical Society 32 (1930) 37ff.

Smith, T. Graphical constructions for a refracted ray. Transactions of the Optical Society 32 (1930) 150.

Smith, T. Modern optical glass as exemplified by the list of the Parsons Optical Glass Company dated september, 1926. Transactions of the Optical Society 32 (1930) 85ff.

Smith, T. On Multiple Reflection Within a Symmetrical Optical Instrument. Journal of the Optical Society of America 18 (1929) 75-81.

Smith, T. Imagery around a skew ray. Transactions of the Optical Society 31 (February 1930) 131ff.

Smith, T. Correspondence. Journal of Scientific Instruments 7 (February 1930) 78ff.

Smith, T. Charts for simple two- and three-lens problems. Transactions of the Optical Society 31 (February 1930) 157ff.

Smith, T. Correspondence. Journal of Scientific Instruments 7 (April 1930) 141ff.

Smith, T. The general form of the Smith-Helmholtz equation. Transactions of the Optical Society 31 (June 1930) 241ff.

Smith, T. The hiding power of diffusing media. Transactions of the Optical Society 33 (1931) 150ff.

Smith, T. The stationary value of axially symmetric functions, Part II. Transactions of the Optical Society 33 (1931) 234ff.

Smith, T. A reading of elementary colorimetric theory. Transactions of the Optical Society 33 (1931) 214ff.

Smith, T. The effect of variation in the filters on the calibration coefficients of colorimeters. Transactions of the Optical Society 33 (1931) 228ff.

Smith, T. Note on the correction of the luminosities of colorimetric units. Transactions of the Optical Society 33 (1931) 231ff.

Smith, T. & J. Guild. The C.I.E. colorimetric standards and their use. Transactions of the Optical Society 33 (1931) 73ff.

Smith, T. Photographic shutters and their properties. Journal of Scientific Instruments 9 (February 1932) 40ff.

Smith, T. The optics of photometric measurements. Proceedings of the Physical Society 44 (May 1, 1932) 314ff.

Smith, T. Foucault or Töpler? Journal of Scientific Instruments 11 (January 1934) 32. (reply, H.G. Taylor & J.M.Waldram, J.S.I. 11:1 (1934) 32-33.)

Smith, T. Change of variables in Laplace's and other second-order differential equations. Proceedings of the Physical Society 46 (May 1, 1934) 344ff.

Smith, T. Condensed tables for colour computation. Proceedings of the Physical Society 46 (May 1, 1934) 372ff. Addendum, 46 (May 1, 1934) 478ff.

Smith, T. Note on integrals of products of experimentally determined magnitudes. Proceedings of the Physical Society 46 (May 1, 1934) 365ff.

Smith, T. The mid-course method of fitting a parabolic formula of any order to a set of observations. Proceedings of the Physical Society 46 (July 1, 1934) 560ff.

Smith, T. Variations in Colour Vision and Measurement. Philosophical Magazine 20 (1935) 1055-1062.

Smith, T. Optics, 1, The theory of optical instruments. Reports on Progress in Physics 2 (1935) 356-359. Optics, 2, The teaching of elementary optics. R.P.P. 2 (1935) 359-360.

Smith, T. An optical calibration problem. Proceedings of the Physical Society 48 (January 1, 1936) 75ff.

Smith, T. Vision through optical instruments. Proceedings of the Physical Society 50 (November 1, 1938) 863ff.

Smith, T. Note on optical instruments of symmetrical construction. Proceedings of the Physical Society 52 (March 1, 1940) 266ff.

Smith, T. Note on image formation by rotating mirrors. Proceedings of the Physical Society 55 (May 1, 1943) 210ff.

(Smith, T.) Stiles, W.S. & T Smith. A mean scotopic visibility curve. Proceedings of the Physical Society 56 (July 1, 1944) 251ff. Correction 57 (January 1, 1945) 66ff.

(Smith, T.) Comrie, L.J., T. Smith, W.D. Wright, L.S. Goddard, & O. Klemperer. Discussion on papers by L.S. Goddard, L.S. Goddard, & O. Klemperer on Electron microscopes. Proceedings of the Physical Society 57 (January 1, 1945) 63ff.

Smith, T. On tracing rays through an optical system (Fifth paper). Proceedings of the Physical Society 57 (July 1, 1945) 286ff.

Smith, T. Variational formulæ in optics. Proceedings of the Physical Society 57 (November 1945) 558ff.

Smith, T. Theoretical investigation on telephoto lenses. Proceedings of the Physical Society 57 (November 1945) 543ff.

Smith, T. Note on measurements of glass absorption. Proceedings of the Physical Society 58 (July 1, 1946) 472ff.

Smith, T. A series for the stationary value of a function. Proceedings of the Physical Society 59 (March 1, 1947) 323ff.

Smith, T. Note on aplanatic lenses for unit magnification. Proceedings of the Physical Society 59 (September 1, 1947) 844ff.

Smith, T. On Perfect Optical Instruments. Proceedings of the Physical Society 60 (March 1, 1948) 293ff.

Smith, T. National Physical Laboratory Apparatus for Measuring the Departures from Parallelism of Binocular Telescopes. Revue d'Optique 27 (1949) 374-376.

Smith, T. National Physical Laboratory Apparatus for Measuring the Dioptric Power of Telescopes. Revue d'Optique 27 (1949) 377-381.

Smith, T. The Contributions of Thomas Young to Geometrical Optics, and their Application to Present-day Questions. Proceedings of the Physical Society B 62 (October 1, 1949) 619ff.

Smith, T. Supplementary Note on Ray Tracing. Proceedings of the Physical Society B 65 (October 1, 1952) 822ff.

Smith, T. The Optical Imagery of Curved Surfaces. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A 240 (July 16, 1957) 458-461. (No. 1223)

(Smith, T.) Brown, Edna & T. Smith. Systematic Constructional Tables for Thin Cemented Aplanatic Lenses. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 240 (Oct. 31, 1946) 59-116.

(Smith, T.) Habell, K.J. Thomas Smith, 1883-1969. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Volume 17 (1971) 681-687. (bibliography of 167 titles)


Smith, Warren. Engineering an optical system: Choosing the right starting point opens a world of designs. OE Magazine 2:7 (July 2002) http://oemagazine.com/fromTheMagazine/jul02/tutorial.html

Smith, Warren J. Modern Optical Engineering, The Design of Optical Systems. N.Y.: McGraw-Hill, 2000. (Third Edition) (.pdf)

Smith, Warren. Teaching an old mirror new tricks, the Mangin mirror provides optical designers with a host of options for solving modern problems. OE Magazine 3:6 (June 2003) http://oemagazine.com/fromTheMagazine/jun03/pdf/designdesk.pdf

Smith, William. Account of the Transit of Mercury, Observed at Norriton, in Pennsylvania, Nov. 9. 1769. Philosophical Transactions 60 (1770) 504-507. (lists instruments; with John Lukens; David Rittenhouse; Owen Biddle)

Smith-Roy, Paulette. L'Observatoire Astronomique de Quebec 1850-1936. (1983) (.pdf)

Smyth, C. Piazzi. Astronomical Experiment on the Peak of Teneriffe, Carried out under the Sanction of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 148 (1858) 465-533.

Snelling, Henry H. The History and Practice of the Art of Photography. 2001. http://www.blackmask.com

Snezhko, L.I. Results of a Hartmann test of the second primary mirror for the 6-meter telescope. Soviet Astronomy Letters 6 (June 1980) 349-351.

(Solar Telescope at Oxford, The New.) The Observatory 58 (July 1935) 210-211. (coelostat fed 12.5 inch Cassegrain)

(Some New Optical Instruments.) Transactions of the Optical Society 14 (1913-1914) 19-37. (p29, optical spherometer. p32, measuring mag., f.o.v., & illum. of field glasses. 37, definition tester, pinhole autocollimation)

Sommargren, Phillion, Seppala, and Lerner. Surface Figure Metrology for CELT Primary Mirror Segments. (February 2001) CELT internal paper.

Sorrenson, Richard. George Graham, visible technician. British Journal for the History of Science 32 (June 1999) 203-221.

Sorrenson, Richard. Towards a History of the Royal Society in the Eighteenth Century. Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 50:1 (Jan. 1996) 29-46.

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