Telescopic Work for Starlight Evenings
by William F. Denning
Publisher: Taylor and Francis 1891
Number of pages: 372
Intended as a contribution to popular astronomy, this book provides a varied introduction to telescopes and their usage. William F. Denning (1848-1931) was a British astronomer famous for his planetary observations and meteor studies.
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