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Brinkley, J. Results of the Application of Captain Kater's Floating Collimator to the Astronomical Circle at the Observatory of Trinity College, Dublin, and Remarks Relative to Those Results. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 116 (1826) 307-323.

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Brooks, Michael. The Liquid Telescope. New Scientist 176 (30 Nov. 2002) 40-43.

Brooks, R. Book-Review - Van Helden, The Invention of the Telescope. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 74 (Dec. 1980) 371-372.

Brooks, Randall. Dividing Engine. pp184-186. Bud, Robert & Deborah J. Warner. Instruments of Science, An Historical Encyclopedia. N.Y.: Garland, 1998.

Brooks, Randall C. Errors in Measurement of the Solar Diameter in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Journal for the History of Astronomy 19:4 (Nov. 1988) (micrometer error, testing early instruments)

Brooks, Randall C. Forty Years of Analytical Studies. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society #82 (Sept. 2004) 4-9. (micrometer error & astronomical measurement; telescope objectives)

Brooks, Randall. Micrometer. pp380-382. Bud, Robert & Deborah J. Warner. Instruments of Science, An Historical Encyclopedia. N.Y.: Garland, 1998.

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