Slidesets Available at the Wolbach Library

Set 1: People A - H

People A - H (Slide Set Number 1) (Formerly Tea Room Collection) Tea Room ID = yellow dot [#]

Slide 1: A.J. Cannon and H.S. Leavitt (H95) [1A] (Missing)
Slide 2: Group of assistants at the Harvard College Observatory (HCO) [1A]
Slide 3: Walter S. Adams (PASP 02) [1C] (Missing)
Slide 4: C.G. Abbot (ST1386) [1C]
Slide 5: John Couch Adams (PASP01) [1C]
Slide 6: Walter S. Adams (ST 102) [1C]
Slide 7: G. Airy (ST 137) [1C]
Slide 8: R.G. Aitken (ST 104) [1C]
Slide 9: D. Alter (ST 186) [1C]
Slide 10: F.W. Argelander (ST 154) [1C]
Slide 11: Aristotle (ST 138) [1C]
Slide 12: (Missing)
Slide 13: Walter Baade (PASP 03) [1D]
Slide 14: Edward Emerson Barnard (PASP 04) [1D]
Slide 15: Ira S. Bowen (PASP 05) [1D]
Slide 16: Tycho Brahe (PASP 06) [1D]
Slide 17: Williams Cranch Bond (H103) [1E] (Missing)
Slide 18: Solon I. Baily (Acting Director 1919-1921) [1E]
Slide 19: J. Berhoulli (ST 155) [1E]
Slide 20: F.W. Bessel (ST 153) [1E]
Slide 21: James Bradley (ST127) [1E]
Slide 22: Tycho Brahe (ST 139) [1E]
Slide 23: John A. Brashear (ST 126) [1E]
Slide 24: Dirk Brouwer (ST 132) [1E]
Slide 25: Jacob Bruce (ST 125) [1E]
Slide 26: S.W. Burnham (ST 128) [1E]
Slide 27: S.W. Burnham (ST 182) [1F]
Slide 28: Bart J. Bok (ST 285) [1F]
Slide 29: Horace W. Bobcock (ST 1381) [1F]
Slide 30: C.S. Beals (ST 1385) [1F]
Slide 31: Ulugh Beg (ST 607) [1F]
Slide 32: A. Blaauw (ST 1417) [1F]
Slide 33: John G. Bolton (ST 1384) [1F]
Slide 34: Ira S. Bowen (ST 782) [1F]
Slide 35: E. Margaret Burbidge (ST 1413) [1F]
Slide 36: A.J. Cannon (H 197) [1G]
Slide 37: A.J. Cannon (H 100) [1G]
Slide 38: G.D. Cassini (ST 118) [1G]
Slide 39: Sydney Chapman (ST 160) [1G]
Slide 40: Alvan Clark (H 101) [1G] (Missing)
Slide 41: Alvan Clark (ST 130) [1G]
Slide 42: Alvan Clark (ST 150) [1G]
Slide 43: Copernicus (ST 133) [1G] (Missing)
Slide 44: Copernicus (ST 152) [1G]
Slide 45: Heber D. Curtis (ST 121) [1G] (Missing)
Slide 46: Heber D. Curtis (PASP 11) [1H]
Slide 47: Thorvaldsen statue of Copernicus - Warsaw (ST 45) [1H]
Slide 48: Nicholas Copernicus (PASP 10) [1H]
Slide 49: William Wallace Campbell (PASP 07) [1H]
Slide 50: A.J. Cannon (PASP 08) [1H] (Missing)
Slide 51: Annie Jump Cannon (N/A) [1H]
Slide 52: Alvan Clark (PASP 09) [1H]
Slide 53: Gerald M. Clemence (ST 1383) [1H]
Slide 54: Henry Draper (H 102) [1I] (Missing)
Slide 55: Henry Draper (PASP 13) [1I]
Slide 56: A. Danjon (ST 162) [1I]
Slide 57: A. Dollfus (ST 1418) [1I]
Slide 58: Rene Descarte (ST 134) [1I]
Slide 59: Dr. and Mrs. de Sitter (ST 122) [1I]
Slide 60: William de Sitter (PASP 12) [1I]
Slide 61: Armin J. Deutsch (ST 158) [1I]
Slide 62: John Duncan (ST 129) [1I]
Slide 63: Albert Einstein (ST 183) [1J] (Missing)
Slide 64: Albert Einstein (PASP 15) [1J]
Slide 65: Arthur Stanley Eddington (PASP 14) [1J]
Slide 66: Arthur Stanley Eddington (ST 119) [1J]
Slide 67: Leonard Euler (ST 123) [1J]
Slide 68: Clyde Fisher (ST 120) [1J]
Slide 69: Williamina P. Fleming (N/A) [1J]
Slide 70: Mrs. Williamina Paton Fleming (H 1050 [1J]
Slide 71: J.B.L. Feucault (ST 124) [1J]
Slide 72: William A. Fowler (ST 1382) [1J]
Slide 73: Galileo (ST 113) [1K] (Missing)
Slide 74: Galileo (ST 109) (7806-758) [1K]
Slide 75: Galileo (N/A) [1K]
Slide 76: John Galle (ST 148) [1K]
Slide 77: Benjamin A. Gould (ST 320) [1K]
Slide 78: James Gregory (ST 147) [1K]
Slide 79: John Grigg - discoverer of many comets (St 278) [1K]
Slide 80: Caroline Herschel - Portrait: Lisa Resowski 1986 (H 734) [1K]
Slide 81: Edmund Halley (N/A) [1L] (Missing)
Slide 82: George Ellery Hale (PASP 17) [1L]
Slide 83: Asaph Hall (PASP 18) [1L]
Slide 84: John F.W. Herschel (PASP 19) [1L]
Slide 85: William Herschel (PASP 20) [1L]
Slide 86: Sir William Herschel (ASPIRAS-1) [1L]
Slide 87: Ejnar Hertzsprung (PASP 21) [1L]
Slide 88: Helen S. Hogg (ST 1464) [1L] (Missing)
Slide 89: Sir William Huggins (PASP 23) [1L]
Slide 90: Milton Humason (PASP 24) [1L]
Slide 91: Edwin P. Hubble (PASP 22) [1L] (Missing)
Slide 92: Caroline Herschel (ST 146) [1M]
Slide 93: John Herschel (ST 111) [1M]
Slide 94: John Herschel (ST 144) [1M]
Slide 95: William Herschel (ST 114) [1M]
Slide 96: William Herschel (ST 145) [1M]
Slide 97: George Ellery Hale (ST 184) [1M]
Slide 98: Edmund Halley (ST 140) [1M]
Slide 99: Johannes Hevelius (ST 143) [1M]
Slide 100: E. Hertzsprung (ST 173) [1M]
Slide 101: E. Hertzsprung (ST 156) [1M]

Set 2: People I - Z

People I - Z (Slide Set Number 2) (Formerly Tea Room Collection) Tea Room ID = yellow dot [#]

Slide 1: Johannes Kepler (ST 142) [2A] (Missing)
Slide 2: Karl G. Jansky (PASP 25) [2A]
Slide 3: Sir James H. Jeans (PASP 26) [2A]
Slide 4: Alfred H. Joy (ST 1261) [2A]
Slide 5: Jacobus Cornelis Kapteyn (PASP 27) [2A]
Slide 6: James E. Keeler (PASP 28) [2A]
Slide 7: Johannes Kepler (PASP 29) [2A]
Slide 8: Gerard P. Kuiper (PASP 30) [2A]
Slide 9: E.S. King (ST 165) [2A] (Missing)
Slide 10: R.T.A. Innes (ST 169) [2A]
Slide 11: Henrietta Swan Leavitt (PASP 33) [2B] (Missing)
Slide 12: Samuel P. Langley (PASP 31) [2B]
Slide 13: Pierre Simon, Marquis de La Place (PASP 32) [2B]
Slide 14: Urbain Jean Joseph Leverrier (PASP 34) [2B]
Slide 15: J. Norman Lockyer (PASP 35) [2B]
Slide 16: Percival Lowell (PASP 36) [2B]
Slide 17: Henrietta S. Leavitt (H 99) [2C] (Missing)
Slide 18: Henrietta S. Leavitt (H 164) [2C]
Slide 19: Abbe� LaCaille (ST 136) [2C]
Slide 20: Bertil Lindblad (ST 319) [2C]
Slide 21: Mikhail Lomoncsov (ST 135) [2C]
Slide 22: Knut Lundmark (ST 180) [2C]
Slide 23: W.J. Luyten (ST 1416) [2C]
Slide 24: D.H. Menzel (Blackboard) (H 97) [2D] (Missing)
Slide 25: D.H. Menzel at coronagraph - Sacramento Park (H 181) [2D]
Slide 26: Robert R. McMath (ST 161) [2D]
Slide 27: Magellan (ST 141) [2D]
Slide 28: Kenneth Mees (ST 172) [2D]
Slide 29: Joel H. Metcalf (ST 171) [2D]
Slide 30: E.A. Milne (ST 174) [2D]
Slide 31: Maria Mitchell (ST 149) [2D]
Slide 32: D.W. Morehouse (ST 168) [2D]
Slide 33: M.G.J. Minnaert (ST 157) [2D] (Missing)
Slide 34: Edward A. Milne (PASP 38) [2E]
Slide 35: Maria Mitchell (PASP 40) [2E]
Slide 36: D.B. McLaughlin (ST 167) [2E]
Slide 37: Nicholas U. Mayall (ST 1377) [2E]
Slide 38: Albert A. Michelson (PASP 37) [2E]
Slide 39: Bernard Y. Mills (ST 1379) [2E]
Slide 40: Rudolph Minkowski (PASP 39) [2E]
Slide 41: Simon Newcomb (PASP 41) [2E]
Slide 42: Isaac Newton (PASP 42) [2E]
Slide 43: Sir Isaac Newton (ST 268) [2F]
Slide 44: Isaac Newton (ST 115) [2F]
Slide 45: Simon Newcomb (ST 112) [2F]
Slide 46: G.N. Neujmin (ST 188) [2F]
Slide 47: Seth B. Nicholson (ST 170) [2F]
Slide 48: W. Olbers (ST 110) [2F]
Slide 49: Donald E. Osterbrock (ST 94) [2F]
Slide 50: William Parsons Lord Rosse (PASP 43) [2F]
Slide 51: Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin (PASP 44) [2F]
Slide 52: E.C. Pickering (PASP 45) [2F] (Missing)
Slide 53: E.C. Pickering (H70) [2G] (Missing)
Slide 54: Panne koek (ST 318) [2G]
Slide 55: Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin (H 720) [2G] (Missing)
Slide 56: L. Perek (ST 1419) [2G]
Slide 57: Charles Dillon Perrine (ST 239) [2G]
Slide 58: Edward Bromfield Phillips - Donor of Library (H 98) [2G]
Slide 59: J.S. Plaskett (ST 158) [2G]
Slide 60: Gedruckt Von C. Pohl (ST 107) [2G]
Slide 61: Henri Poincare (ST108) [2G]
Slide 62: R. Prager (ST187) [2G]
Slide 63: Harlow Shapley (PASP 47) [2H] (Missing)
Slide 64: George Willis Ritchey (ST 177) [2H]
Slide 65: PieterJohannes van Rhijn (ST102) [2H]
Slide 66: H.P. Robertson (ST 185) [2H]
Slide 67: Henry Morris Russell (PASP 46) [2H]
Slide 68: Father Secchi (N/A) [2H]
Slide 69: Vesto M. Slipher (PASP 48) [2H]
Slide 70: Mary Somerville by Thomas Phillips (ST 1554) [2H]
Slide 71: Otto Struve (PASP 49) [2H]
Slide 72: Harlow Shapley at desk (H 96) [2I] (Missing)
Slide 73: Professor Arthur Searle (H 117) [2I]
Slide 74: Arthur Searle Acting Director 1875-77 (H 104) [2I]
Slide 75: G.A. Shajn (ST179) [2I]
Slide 76: Harlow Shapley (H 107) [2I]
Slide 77: E.C. Slipher (ST 189) [2I]
Slide 78: E.C. Slipher (ST 163) [2I]
Slide 79: Frederick Slocum (ST 165) [2I]
Slide 80: A. Spitz (ST 151) [2I]
Slide 81: Str�mgren (the elder) (ST 131) [2I]
Slide 82: Otto Struve (ST 176) [2J] (Missing)
Slide 83: Otto Struve (the elder) (ST 106) [2J]
Slide 84: M.N. Saha (ST 178) [2J]
Slide 85: Giovanni Schiaparelli (ST 105) [2J]
Slide 86: C.D. Shane (ST 1380) [2J]
Slide 87: Harlow Shapley 6/26/65 (ST 50) [2J]
Slide 88: F. Graham Smith (ST 1414) [2J]
Slide 89: V.M. Slipher (ST 117) [2J]
Slide 90: V.M. Slipher (ST 116) [2J]
Slide 91: Joel Stebbins (ST 175) [2J]
Slide 92: Clyde Tombaugh (ST 1378) [2K]
Slide 93: Charles H. Townes (ST 1376) [2K]
Slide 94: Harold C. Urey (St 374) [2K]
Slide 95: Fred L. Whipple (ST 215) [2L]
Slide 96: Fred L. Whipple (ST 1415) [2L]
Slide 97: Percy Witherell (ST 181) [2L]
Slide 98: Max Wolf (ST 166) [2L]
Slide 99: M. Waldmeier (ST 1387) [2M]
Slide100: Charles A. Young (PASP 50) [2M]

Set 3: Observatories: Optical

Observatories: Optical (Slide Set Number 3) (Formerly Tea Room Collection) Tea Room ID = yellow dot [#]

Slide 1: Domed telescope (S2 200) [3A] (Missing)
Slide 2: Domed telescope (332 200) [3A] (Missing)
Slide 3: Palomar Observatory showing 200, 48 and 18 inch domes (330) [3A]
Slide 4: Approach view of Palomar mountain and 200 inch dome (331) [3A]
Slide 5: Hale telescope dome 200 inch (S-1) [3A]
Slide 6: The 200 inch Hale telescope on Palomar mountain (S-3) [3A]
Slide 7: 200 inch telescope pointing to N.C.P., as sun from west (333) [3A]
Slide 8: 200 inch telescope pointing to zenith, seen from east (334) [3A]
Slide 9: 200 inch telescope pointing to zenith, seen from south (335) [3A]
Slide 10: 200 inch six views showing east-west and north-south motion (341) [3A]
Slide 11: Hale telescope - Palomar (5-Meter) (ASPTW09) [3A]
Slide 12: 200 inch Hale telescope - astronomer on elevating chair (S-4) [3B]
Slide 13: Astronomer at Cass focus of 200 inch Hale telescope (S-5) [3B]
Slide 14: Astronomer on elevator near upper end of 200 inch Hale telescope (S-7) [3B]
Slide 15: Interior of 200 inch telescope dome - astronomer on elevator (S-8) [3B]
Slide 16: 200 inch - observer riding elevator to primate focus cage (343) [3B]
Slide 17: Astronomer entering prime focus cage of 200 inch telescope (S-9) [3B]
Slide 18: 200 inch observer at prime focus - shows plate holder and guiding eyepiece (344) [3B]
Slide 19: 200 inch observer at prime focus - surface of mirror visible (336) [3B]
Slide 20: View of top of 200 inch telescope - astronomer in prime focus cage (S-10) [3B]
Slide 21: Inside of prime focus cage of 200 inch Hale telescope (S-11) [3B]
Slide 22: Interior of coud� grating spectrograph of 200 inch telescope (S-14) [3C]
Slide 23: Coud� spectrograph of 200 inch Hale telescope (S-15) [3C]
Slide 24: Astronomer at Coud� eye piece of 200 inch Hale telescope (S-12) [3C]
Slide 25: Interior of Coud� room of 200 inch telescope (S-13) [3C]
Slide 26: Close-up of mirror cell of 200 inch Hale telescope (S-6) [3C]
Slide 27: 200 inch disk in polishing machine in optical shop (S-37) [3C]
Slide 28: 48 inch Schmidt dome (338) [3C]
Slide 29: The 48 inch Schmidt telescope on Palomar (S-16) [3C]
Slide 30: 48 inch interior view - observer at guiding eye piece (342) [3C]
Slide 31: Big Bear (HPSB 57) [3C]
Slide 32: Night assistant loading plate-holder into 48 inch Schmidt telescope (S-17) [3D]
Slide 33: Plate holder and leading mechanism 48 inch Schmidt telescope (S-18) [3D]
Slide 34: Palomar Schmidt telescope (ASPTW10) [3D]
Slide 35: 2.5 meter Hooker telescope, Mt. Wilson (ASP TW16) [3D]
Slide 36: Air view of Mt. Wilson observatory (370) [3D]
Slide 37: Night view of valley from Mt. Wilson with lights from Los Angeles, Pasadena etc; (878) [3D]
Slide 38: 100 inch dome with shutters open (371) [3D]
Slide 39: 100 inch instrument pointing south (372) [3D]
Slide 40: 60 inch instrument pointing near zenith (374) [3D]
Slide 41: 150 foot solar tower telescope from southeast (375) [3D]
Slide 42: Lick Observatory from east (X1) [3E]
Slide 43: Lick Observatory from west (X4) [3E]
Slide 44: Lick 120 inch building (X2) [3E]
Slide 45: Lick 120 inch telescope (X3) [3E]
Slide 46: Lick Observatory (ASPTW11) [3E]
Slide 47: 120 inch mirror after aluminizing (G22) [3E]
Slide 48: Prime focus cage - Lick 120 inch (G20) [3E]
Slide 49: Shane telescope - Lick (ASPTW12) [3E]
Slide 50: Crossley reflector 36 inch - Lick (ASP TW13) [3E]
Slide 51: 36 inch refractor - Lick (ASPTW14) [3E]
Slide 52: 36 inch refractor - Lick (X5) [3F] (Missing)
Slide 53: 36 inch refractor at Lick - eye end (G10) [3F]
Slide 54: 36 inch Crossley reflector - Lick (X7) [3F]
Slide 55: 20 inch Carnegie double astrograph - Lick (X6) [3F]
Slide 56: University of California 10-m telescope (ST1461) [3F]
Slide 57: 2.1-m telescope Copyright: AURA (7301 KPNO) [3F]
Slide 58: Dome and condi feed Copyright: AURA (7300 KPNO) [3F]
Slide 59: 36 inch dome Kitt Peak, Arizona (H444) [3F]
Slide 60: University of California 10-m (ST 1461) [3F] (Missing)
Slide 61: Panorama (7000) [3G] (Missing)
Slide 62: Kitt Peak ariel view (ST32) [3G]
Slide 63: Kitt Peak 98 inch and 158 inch domes (ST33) [3G]
Slide 64: McMath-Pierce solar telescope KPNO (ASPTW08) [3G]
Slide 65: Kitt Peak 158 inch (with N.U. Mayall telescope) (ST34) [3G]
Slide 66: Kitt Peak National Observatory (ASPTW06) [3G]
Slide 67: Kitt Peak - 158 inch reflector (ST 35) [3G]
Slide 68: 84 inch dome - Kitt Peak, Arizona (H445) [3G]
Slide 69: Dome of Mayall 4-m KPNO Copyright: AURA (7100) [3G]
Slide 70: 4-m telescope (ASPTw07) [3G] (Missing)
Slide 71: McMath Heliostat (7203) [3H] (Missing)
Slide 72: 36 inch (91 cm) reflector Kitt Peak (ST435) [3H]
Slide 73: Solar telescope, Kitt Peak (ST434) [3H]
Slide 74: Interior of solar telescope, Kitt peak (ST433) 3H]
Slide 75: Kitt Peak solar spectrograph (ST19) [3H]
Slide 76: Mayall 4-m KPNO Copyright: AURA (7101) [3H]
Slide 77: McMath solar telescope KPNO Copyright: AURA (7200) [3H]
Slide 78: Observation room of McMath solar telescope KPNO (Copyright: AURA (7201) [3H]
Slide 79: 80 inch (2m) reflector - Kitt Peak (ST432) [3H]
Slide 80: McMath solar telescope - Kitt Peak KPNO (HPSB58) [3H]
Slide 81: 150 foot solar tower telescope from southeast (375) [3H]
Slide 82: Heliostat - McMath solar telescope KPNO (HPS859) [3H]
Slide 83: 30 inch (76 cm) refractor - Allegheny observatory (ST414) [3I]
Slide 84: Maria Mitchell observatory, Nantucket (ST422) [3I]
Slide 85: 26 inch (66 cm) refractor, U.S. Naval observatory D.C. (ST614) [3I]
Slide 86: 6 inch transit circle U.S. Naval observatory (ST418) [3I]
Slide 87: 26 inch (66 cm) refractor - Leander McCormick observatory (ST613) [3I]
Slide 88: Leander McCormick observatory, University of Virginia (ST452) [3I]
Slide 89: 26 inch refractor U.S. Naval observatory, Washington, D.C. (ST1275) [3I]
Slide 90: 6 inch transit telescope U.S. Naval observatory, Washington, D.C. (ASPTW34) [3I]
Slide 91: Building of 52 inch reflector, University of Michigan (ST342) [3J]
Slide 92: 24 - 36 inch (61-91 cm) Schmidt, University of Michigan (ST412) [3J]
Slide 93: 52 inch reflector, University of Michigan (ST343) [3J]
Slide 94: Rotation of gimbal ring for secondary mirrors: 52 inch, University of Michigan (ST344) [3J]
Slide 95: McMath-Hulbert observatory, University of Michigan (H160) [3J]
Slide 96: 24 - 36 inch (61-91 cm) Schmidt Warner & Swasay observatory (ST419) [3J]
Slide 97: 40 inch (1 m) reflector, University of Toledo (ST451) [3J]
Slide 98: Yerkes observatory (ASPTW17) [3J]
Slide 99: 40 inch refractor, Yerkes observatory (ASPTW18) [3J]
Slide 100:40 inch refractor, Dearborn observatory (ST423) [3K]
Slide 101:18.5 inch refractor, Dearborn observatory (ST453) [3K]
Slide 102:Yerkes observatory (ST442) [3K]
Slide 103:Yerkes observatory (ST450) [3K]
Slide 104:40 inch (1m) refractor, Yerkes observatory (ST443) [3K]
Slide 105:Washburn observatory, University of Wisconsin (ST448) [3K]
Slide 106:36 inch (91 cm) reflector, Washburn observatory, University of Wisconsin (ST408) [3K]
Slide 107:U.S. Naval observatory Flagstaff, Arizona (HPUSNO38) [3K]
Slide 108:U.S. Naval observatory - 6 inch transit (HPUSNO39) [3K]
Slide 109:U.S. Naval Observatory - 26 inch refractor, 61 inch reflector (HPUSNO40) [3K]
Slide 110:McDonald observatory (ST426) [3L]
Slide 111:2.7 m telescope, McDonald observatory (ASPTW15) [3L]
Slide 112:High altitude observatory Boulder, Colorado (ST449) [3L]
Slide 113:Coronagraph station, Climax, Colorado (H115) [3L]
Slide 114:Coronagraph - high altitude observation climax (H231) [3L]
Slide 115:McDonald observatory (ST1572) [3L]
Slide 116:Sacramento Peak solar observatory (ASPTW33) [3L]
Slide 117:Diagram of Sacramento Peak heliostat (ST1051) [3L]
Slide 118:82 inch Struve telescope McDonald observatory (ST1431) [3L]
Slide 119:McDonald observatory (H714) [3L]
Slide 120:Dome of 61 inch reflectory - U.S. Naval observatory, Flagstaff (ST421) [3M]
Slide 121:40 inch (1m) reflector - U.S. Naval observatory, Flagstaff (ST409) [3M]
Slide 122:61 inch (1.5m) Astrometric reflector - U.S. Naval observatory, Flagstaff (ST441) [3M]
Slide 123:72 inch (1.8m) reflector - Perkins observatory, Flagstaff (ST444) [3M]
Slide 124:Dome of 69 inch reflector, Lowell observatory (ST445) [3M]
Slide 125:90 inch (2.3m) reflector - Steward observatory (ST611) [3M]
Slide 126:21 inch (53 cm) reflector - Steward observatory (ST437) [3M]
Slide 127:28 inch (71 cm) reflector - Lunar and planetary observatory Arizona (ST440) [3M]
Slide 128:Lunar and planetary lab observatory at Catalina Mountain, Arizona (ST439) [3M]
Slide 129:Vaccum solar tower - Sacramento Peak Observatory (HPSB56) [3M]

Set 4 Observatories: Optical

Observatories: Optical (Slide Set Number 4) (Formerly Tea Room Collection) Tea Room ID = yellow dot [#]

Slide 1: Domed telescope (S2 200) [3A] (Missing)
Slide 1: Mauna Kea Observatory (ASPTW01) [4A]
Slide 2: The CFHT telescope Mauna Kea (ASPTW02) [4A]
Slide 3: U.K. Infrared telescope Mauna Kea (ASPTW03) [4A]
Slide 4: NASA Infrared telescope Mauna Kea (ASPTW04) [4A]
Slide 5: CFHT dome Mauna Kea (ASPTW05) [4A]
Slide 6: Big Bear solar observatory (Hale) (ST53) [4A]
Slide 7: Multiple solar telescope - Big Bear observatory (ST454) [4A]
Slide 8: Mauna Kea observatory - Mauna Lea in background (ST51) [4A]
Slide 9: Dome - Mauna Kea (ST52) [4A]
Slide 10: Summit of Mauna Kea (ST1570) [4A]
Slide 11: (Missing)
Slide 12: (Missing)
Slide 13: Dominion observatory, Ottawa (ST471) [4B]
Slide 14: 74 inch (1.9m) reflector, David Dunlop observatory (ST469) [4B]
Slide 15: Dominion Astrophysical observatory, Victoria (ST470) [4B]
Slide 16: 72 inch (1.8m) reflector - Dominion Astrophysical observatory (ST472) [4B]
Slide 17: Dome of 40 inch (1m) reflector, Tonanzintla (ST456) [4C]
Slide 18: 40 inch (1m) reflector, Tonanzintla (ST424) [4C]
Slide 19: 40 inch (1m) reflector, Caracas (ST411) [4C]
Slide 20: 25.6 inch (65 cm) refractor, Caracas (ST415) [4C]
Slide 21: Cordoba observatory, Argenina (ST235) [4C]
Slide 22: Perrine 30 inch reflector, Cordoba (ST236) [4C]
Slide 23: 60 inch dome Bosque Alegre station of Cordoba (ST237) [4C]
Slide 24: 154 cm (61 inch) reflector - Bosque Alegre, Cordoba (ST410) [4C]
Slide 25: Chile National observatory (ST466) [4C]
Slide 26: Cerro Tololo 10 (H448) [4D] (Missing)
Slide 27: Cerro Tololo Inter-American observatory (H95) [4D]
Slide 28: Cerro Tololo International observatory (ST431) [4D]
Slide 29: 60 inch Ritchey-Cr�tien reflector, Cerro Tololo (ST430) [4D]
Slide 30: Location of ESO and CT10 in Chile (ST1074) [4D]
Slide 31: CT10, Chile (H446) [4D]
Slide 32: 1.5 m (59 in) spectrographic reflector European Southern observatory, Chile (ST429) [4D]
Slide 33: 40 inch (1m) reflector European Southern observatory, Chile (ST428) [4D]
Slide 34: CT10, Chile (H447) [4D]
Slide 35: Model of 100 inch telescope for Las Companas, Chile (St227) [4D]
Slide 36: Pic Du Midi (ST1589) [4E] (Missing)
Slide 37: Greenwich observatory (ST459) [4E]
Slide 38: Herstmonceux Castle - 1948 (ST460) [4E]
Slide 39: Isaac Newton telescope dome - Herstmonceux (ST482) [4E]
Slide 40: 98 inch (2.5m) Isaac Newton reflector - Herstmonceux (ST416) [4E]
Slide 41: Dunsink Observatory - 1955 (ST465) [4E]
Slide 42: 43 inch (1.1m) reflector - Pic du Midi (ST436) [4E]
Slide 43: Haute Provence observatory (ST479) [4E]
Slide 44: 76 inch (1.9m) reflector - Haute Provence observatory (ST612) [4E]
Slide 45: Herstmonceux Castle (Royal Greenwich observatory) (ST1472) [4E]
Slide 46: 80-120 cm (31-47 inch) Schmidt-Hamburg (ST438) [4F]
Slide 47: Astrophysical observatory, Potsdam (ST468) [4F]
Slide 48: Karl Schwarzschild Observatory, Jena (ST473) [4F]
Slide 49: 52.8 - 79 inch (1.34 - 2m) Schmidt, Jeno (ST474) [4F]
Slide 50: Skalnate Pieso observatory (ST467) [4F]
Slide 51: 54 inch reflector, Milan observatory (ST228) [4F]
Slide 52: Wise observatory, Israel (ST253) [4F]
Slide 53: 40 inch telescope Wise observatory, Israel (ST252) [4F]
Slide 54: The 8 inch I telescope now in Turin observatory, Poland (ST1407) [4F]
Slide 55: Wise observatory - Negev, Israel (H708) [4F]
Slide 56: 4.2m Herschel dome, La Palma (ST1588) [4G] (Missing)
Slide 57: 74 inch (1.9m) reflector, Pretoria (ST458) [4G]
Slide 58: 74 inch (1.9m) reflector, Pretoria (ST413) [4G]
Slide 59: 36 inch (91 cm) reflector - Leiden observatory, Pretoria (ST481) [4G]
Slide 60: 16 inch (41 cm) twin reflector - Leiden observatory, Pretoria (ST457) [4G]
Slide 61: Lamont-Hussey observatory - Bloemfontein, S.A. (ST447) [4G]
Slide 62: 2.5 m Isaac Newton telescope - La Palma, Canary Islands (ASPTW28) [4G]
Slide 63: Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Moscow (H158) [4H]
Slide 64: Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Moscow (H159) [4H]
Slide 65: 50 inch reflector - Crimean Station of Sternberg Institute (ST484) [4H]
Slide 66: Crimean Astrophysical observatory (ST485) [4H]
Slide 67: Crimean Astrophysical observatory (H156) [4H]
Slide 68: Crimean Astrophysical observatory solar tower and coronagraph (H155) [4H]
Slide 69: 2.6m (102 in) reflector - Crimean Astrophysical observatory (ST405) [4H]
Slide 70: 2.6m (102 in) reflector - Crimean Astrophysical observatory (ST417) [4H]
Slide 71: 1.25m (49 in) reflector - Crimea (ST407) [4H]
Slide 72: Solar tower at Crimea Astrophysical observatory (ST859) [4H]
Slide 73: Pulkovo observatory (ST464) [4I]
Slide 74: 2.6m Shajn telescope - Crimean Astrophysical observatory (ASPTW82) [4I]
Slide 75: Abastumani; Georgian SSR: 70 cm telescope building (H151) [4I]
Slide 76: 70 cm (18 in) Maksutov - Abastumani observatory - Georgian observatory (ST406) [4I]
Slide 77: 6m Soviet telescope (ASPTW29) [4I]
Slide 78: 6m mirror of Soviet telescope (ASPTW30) [4I]
Slide 79: Byurakan observatory Armenian S.S.R. (H153) [4I]
Slide 80: 40 inch Schmidt telescope - Byurakan observatory, Armenian S.S.R. (ST295) [4I]
Slide 81: 27 � inch (70 cm) reflector - Alma-Ata observatory Kazakhstan (ST475) [4I]
Slide 82: 6m dome - Soviet telescope (ASPTW31) [4I]
Slide 83: 60 cm (24 in) reflector - Purple Mountain observatory (ST476) [4J]
Slide 84: Chinese Schmidt telescope - Purple Mountain observatory (ST477) [4J]
Slide 85: Purple Mountain observatory - Nanking, China (ST1390) [4J]
Slide 86: Hsin-Lun station of Peking observatory (ST1391) [4J]
Slide 87: Kwasan observatory - Japan (ST480) [4J]
Slide 88: Mongolian observatory near Ulan Bator (ST1409) [4J]
Slide 89: Russian satellite camera in Mongolia (ST1409) [4J]
Slide 90: Russian satellite camera in Mongolia (ST1420) [4J]
Slide 91: Sliding Spring observatory - NSW, Australia (ASPTW27) [4J]
Slide 92: Australian Commonwealth observatory (ST463) [4K]
Slide 93: 74 inch (1.9m) reflectpr - Mt. Stromlo (ST478) [4K]
Slide 94: 50 inch (1.3m) reflector - Australian Commonwealth observatory (ST462) [4K]
Slide 95: Yale-Columbia 26 inch (66 cm) refractor - Mt. Stromlo (ST461) [4K]
Slide 96: Locations of Australian observatories (ST1357) [4K]
Slide 97: Sliding Spring Mountain - NSW, Australia (ST39) [4K]
Slide 98: Culgoora Solar observatory, Australia (ST1406) [4K]
Slide 99: 30 cm.Solar telescope - Culgoora (ST1411) [4K]
Slide 100: The 3.9m Anglo-Australian (HP3624-2) [4K]
Slide 101: AAT buildings on Sliding Spring Mountain (HP3626-9) [4K]
Slide 102: Observatory locations in Chile (ST1359) [4L] (Missing)
Slide 103: 2.5m Du Pont telescope - Las Campanas, Chile (ASPTW25) [4L]
Slide 104: Cerro Tololo from Cerro Morado (ST1370) [4L]
Slide 105: Las Campanas 1973 (ST1372) [4L] (Missing)
Slide 106: 4m reflector - CT10 (ASPTW23) [4L]
Slide 107: 24-36 inch Curtis Schmidt - University of Michigan and CT10 (ASPTW24) [4L]
Slide 108: European Southern observatory, Chile (ASPTW20) [4L]
Slide 109: 36m telescope - ESO (ASPTW21) [4L]
Slide 110: CT10 scene - copyright: AURA (8000) [4L]
Slide 111: CT10 aerial view - copyright: AURA (8001) [4L]
Slide 112: 4m dome CT10 - copyright: AURA (8100) [4L]
Slide 113: 1m Schmidt - ESO (ASPTW22) [4L] (Missing)
Slide 114: Baker-Nunn satellite tracking telescope (H75) [4M]
Slide 115: Super-Schmidt meteor camera (H127) [4M]
Slide 116: Transit photometer (H250) [4M]
Slide 117: Super-Schmidt meteor camera with R. McCrosky (H245) [4M]
Slide 118: 4m CT10 (8101) [4M]
Slide 119: Baker-Nunn camera - Athens, Greece (H710) [4M]
Slide 120: Baker-Nunn camera (H712) [4M]
Slide 121: 61m Schmidt CT10 - copyright: AURA (8200) [4M]
Slide 122: 1.5m telescope CT10 - copyright: AURA (8201) [4M]
Slide 123: 1m telescope CT10 - copyright: AURA (8300) [4M]

Set 5: Observatories: Radio

Observatories Radio (Slide Set Number 5) (Formerly Tea Room Collection) Tea Room ID = yellow dot [#]

Slide 1: Agassiz radio telescope as a 60 ft. dish (H8) [5A]
Slide 2: Agassiz radio telescope as an 85 ft. dish (H9) [5A]
Slide 3: 24 foot radio telescope - Agassiz (H126) [5A]
Slide 4: 60 foot antenna - Agassiz (with sun and halo) (H165) [5A]
Slide 5: 60 foot radio telescope - Agassiz 1964 (H229) [5A]
Slide 6: Radio observatory - Millstone Hill, Massachusetts (ST566) [5A]
Slide 7: 84 foot antenna - Millstone Hill, Massachusetts (ST570) [5A]
Slide 8: 120 foot antenna - Haystack observatory (ST587) [5A]
Slide 9: Projected location of VLBA antennas (11/84) (ST1507) [5B]
Slide 10: Cornell radio telescope 1952 (ST574) [5C]
Slide 11: 85 foot radio antenna - University of Michigan (ST568) [5C]
Slide 12: Ohio State University radio telescope (ST464) [5C]
Slide 13: Ohio State University radio telescope (ST571) [5C]
Slide 14: 120 foot antenna, University of Illinois (ST355) [5C]
Slide 15: 120 foot antenna, University of Illinois (ST356) [5C]
Slide 16: Radio meteor project telescope - Havana, Illinois (ST463) [5C]
Slide 17: Radio telescope - Ohio State University (H443) [5C]
Slide 18: Wheaton, Illinois (ST579) [5C]
Slide 19: 50 foot dish - NRL (ST581) [5D]
Slide 20: 84 foot antenna - NRL (ST582) [5D]
Slide 21: (Missing)
Slide 22: NRAO - Greenbank, West Virginia (ASPTW36) [5D]
Slide 23: 300 foot transit elescope - NRAO, Greenbank, WVA (ASPTW37) [5D]
Slide 24: 140 foot telescope - NRAO, Greenbank, WVA (ASPTW 38) [5D]
Slide 25: Holmdel Horn antenna - Bell Labs with Penzias and Wilson (ASPTW42) [5D]
Slide 26: 140 foot antenna - NRAO, Greenbank, WVA (ST327) [5E]
Slide 27: Office building, Arecibo (ST221) [5E]
Slide 28: 430 MHZ feed, Arecibo (ST222) [5E]
Slide 29: Arecibo observatory (ST16) [5E]
Slide 30: 1,000 foot Arecibo radio telescope (ASPTW35) [5E]
Slide 31: Original 430 MHZ feed - Arecibo observatory (ST17) [5E]
Slide 32: Arecibo observatory (ST230) [5E]
Slide 33: Antenna support - Arecibo (ST229) [5E]
Slide 34: NRAO 85 foot antenna (ST1133) [5E]
Slide 35: Resurfacing 300 foot dish at NRAO, Greenbank (ST245) [5E]
Slide 36: 85 foot Greenbank interferometer (ST1350) [5E] (Missing)
Slide 37: Radio antenna - Fort Davis, Texas (ST585) [5F]
Slide 38: Two 40 foot antennas - Boulder, CO (ST576) [5F]
Slide 39: 60 foot antenna - National Bureau of Standards, Boulder, CO (ST575) [5F]
Slide 40: 36 foot precision antenna - Kitt Peak, Arizona (ST315) [5F]
Slide 41: Radar antenna for auroral research - University of Alaska (ST462) [5F]
Slide 42: Fort Davis, Texas (H707) [5F] (Missing)
Slide 43: VLA (very large array) (VE5) [5F] (Missing)
Slide 44: VLA (very large array) (ASPNRA03) [5F] (Missing)
Slide 45: VLA New Mexico (ASPTW45) [5F]
Slide 46: NRAO 36 foot radio telescope in Arizona (ST557) [5F]
Slide 47: VLA (very large array) (SADGD017) [5F]
Slide 48: 60 foot antenna - National Bureau of Standards, Boulder, CO (ST575) [5F]
Slide 49: Stanford University radio interferometer - five 60 foot antennas (ST274) [5G]
Slide 50: One of the 60 foot antennas - Stanford University radio interferometer (ST275) [5G]
Slide 51: Side view of 60 foot antenna - Stanford University radio interferometer (ST276) [5G]
Slide 52: 375 foot cross at Stanford (ST578) [5G]
Slide 53: 130 foot antenna - Owens Valley (St446) [5G]
Slide 54: 210 foot Goldstone antenna (ST577) [5H]
Slide 55: 210 foot Goldstone antenna (ST9) [5H]
Slide 56: 210 foot Goldstone antenna (ST37) [5H]
Slide 57: Twin radio telescopes - Big Pine, CA (ST561) [5H]
Slide 58: 33 and 85 foot antennas - Hot Creek, CA (ST565) [5H]
Slide 59: Section of radio telescope - Clark Dry Lake, CA (ST573) [5H]
Slide 60: Radome of 45 foot antenna - Itapetinga observatory, Brazil (ST312) [5I]
Slide 61: Itapetinga radio observatory, Brazil (ST213) [5I]
Slide 62: Section of 45 foot antenna, Itapetinga observatory, Brazil (ST314) [5I]
Slide 63: 100-m steerable radio telescope - Effelsberg, West Germany (ASPTW39) [5I]
Slide 64: 76-m Mark 1A radio telescope - Jodrell Bank, University of Manchester, Cheshire, U.K. (ASPTW40) [5I]
Slide 65: 5-km radio array - Cambridge, England (ASPTW43) [5I]
Slide 66: 6-km radio array - Westerbork, Netherlands (ASPTW44) [5I]
Slide 67: 84 foot radio telescope - Onsala space observatory, Sweden (ST251) [5J]
Slide 68: Interferometric radio telescope - Cambridge, England (ST559) [5J]
Slide 69: 250 foot steerable dish - Jodrell Bank, Cheshire, U.K. (ST580) [5J]
Slide 70: 250 foot steerable dish - Jodrell Bank, Cheshire, U.K. (ST586) [5J]
Slide 71: 100-m radio telescope - Effelsberg, West Germany (MMIRA1) [5J]
Slide 72: 100-m radio telescope - Effelsberg, West Germany (MMIRA2) [5J]
Slide 73: 100-m radio telescope - Effelsberg, West Germany (MMIRA3) [5J]
Slide 74: 100-m radio telescope - Effelsberg, West Germany (MMIRA4) [5J]
Slide 75: Control room of 100-m radio telescope - Effelsberg (MMIRA5) [5J]
Slide 76: Motors driving 100-m radio telescope - Effelsberg (MMIRA6) [5J]
Slide 77: Radio interferometer at Byurakan observatory - Armenian SSR (ST297) [5K]
Slide 78: 22 meter antenna - Crimean SSR (ST326) [5K]
Slide 79: 22 meter (72 foot) antenna - Sternberg Institute of Simeis (ST483) [5K]
Slide 80: Solar radio telescope - Moscow (ST567) [5K]
Slide 81: Interferometer of 16 6-meter antennas, Peking Observatory (ST1389) [5K]
Slide 82: 2.8 and 11 cm horns on a 100-m radio telescope - Effelsberg (MMIRA7) [5K]
Slide 83: Changing receiver box - 100-m telescope - Effelsberg (MMIRA8) [5K]
Slide 84: Section of Mills Cross - near Canberra (ST558) [5L]
Slide 85: Mills Cross antenna - Sydney, Australia (ST569) [5L]
Slide 86: Drawing of ring of 42 foot paraboloids for CSIRO - Culgoora, Australia (ST572) [5L]
Slide 87: 25 square meter parabola - Potts Hill, Australia (ST584) [5L]
Slide 88: Multibeam interferometer - near Sydney, Australia (ST560) [5L]
Slide 89: Radio antenna - Parkes, Australia (ST583) [5L]
Slide 90: Cross antenna - Molongo radio observatory, Australia (ST1410) [5L]
Slide 91: 210 foot Parkes radio telescope (ST1421) [5L]
Slide 92: 64-m radio telescope - Parkes, Australia (ASPTW41) [5L]
Slide 93: Radioheliograph at Culgoora, Australia (HPSB38) [5L]

Set 6: MOUNT HOPKINS: Proposed Telescopes & Misc. Instruments

MOUNT HOPKINS: Proposed Telescopes & Miscellaneous Instruments (Slide Set Number 6) (Formerly Tea Room Collection) Tea Room ID = yellow dot [#]

Slide 1: 20 inch reflector and Baker-Nunn, Mt. Hopkins (ST455) [6A]
Slide 2: Model of multiple-mirror telescope - SAO (ST75) [6A]
Slide 3: Mt. Hopkins from distance (H713) [6A]
Slide 4: 10-m x-ray reflector, Mt. Hopkins (H715) [6A]
Slide 5: Mt. Hopkins - ridge and approach road (H716) [6A]
Slide 6: Scale model - MMT (H717) [6A]
Slide 7: 1.5, 60 cm telescopes, x-ray reflector, Mt. Hopkins (H718) [6A]
Slide 8: Satellite tracking complex - Mt. Hopkins [6A]
Slide 9: MMT (ASPTW19) [6A] (Missing)
Slide 10: Drawing of MMT building (H709) [6A] (Missing)
Slide 11: Mt. Hopkins 7600 foot level (H711) [6A] (Missing)
Slide 12: SAO laser site - Arequipa, Peru (N/A) [6B]
Slide 13: Mt. Hopkins - MMT (N/A) [6C]
Slide 14: MMT (N/A) [6C]
Slide 15: The multiple mirror telescope (SAOED34) [6C]
Slide 16: MMT (N/A) [6C]
Slide 17: MMT (N/A) [6C]
Slide 18: MMT (N/A) [6C]
Slide 19: MMT (VE4) [6C] (Missing)
Slide 20: 24 inch at Whipple observatory at dusk (SAOEI41) [6D]
Slide 21: Telescope control room at Mt. Hopkins (SAOEI35) [6D]
Slide 22: 24 inch telescope at F.L. Whipple observatory with CCD camera (SAOEI33) [6D]
Slide 23: Beams of single antenna and interferometer (ST1074) [6D]
Slide 24: A radio interferometer (ASPNRAO2) [6G]
Slide 25: A basic radio telescope (ASPNRAO1) [6G]
Slide 26: VLA data reduction - 3 steps (ASPNRAO4) [6G]
Slide 27: Effect of eccentric driving worm (H203) [6H]
Slide 28: Detail of telescope drive mechanism (H202) [6H]
Slide 29: Drive mechanism 16 inch Metcalf (MC) Agassiz (H270) [6H]
Slide 30: Star trails showing a misaligned polar axis (ST1012) [6H]
Slide 31: Types of telescopes (ST593) [6H]
Slide 32: Focus plate of Jewett Schmidt (ST594) [6H]
Slide 33: Scheme of all-mirror Schmidt telescope (ST835) [6H]
Slide 34: Cassegrain, Maksutov and Schmidt - Cassegrain telescopes (ST1231) [6H]
Slide 35: Schematics of three Cassegrain systems (ST1320) [6H]
Slide 36: Super-Schmidt curved film molding equipment (H249) [6I]
Slide 37: Plate carrier 16 inch Metcalf (MC) Agassiz (H269) [6I]
Slide 38: Super-Schmidt curved film molding equipment (H246) [6I]
Slide 39: Transverse spherical aberration of a lens (ST806) [6I]
Slide 40: Transverse spherical aberration vs zone radius and color (ST807) [6I]
Slide 41: Aberration curves for a visually corrected doublet lens (ST809) [6I]
Slide 42: Refractive index and construction of an achromatic lens (ST808) [6I]
Slide 43: Effect produced by grinding on disc of glass on another (H200) [6J]
Slide 44: Form of mirror support (H380) [6J]
Slide 45: Tektronix CCD chip 2048 x 2048 (ST1581) [6J]
Slide 46: ?-response of CCD (ST1582) [6J]
Slide 47: Interference between a primary mirror and a test plate (St592) [6K]
Slide 48: Foucault knife-edge test of mirror (ST548) [6K]
Slide 49: Knife-edge test during refiguring of McDonald 82 inch mirror (ST598) [6K]
Slide 50: Knife-edge test during refiguring of McDonald 82 inch mirror (ST596) [6K]
Slide 51: Knife-edge test during refiguring of McDonald 82 inch mirror (ST597) [6K]
Slide 52: The Hartmann test of a mirror (ST796) [6K]
Slide 53: Ronchi test patterns (ST1234) [6K]
Slide 54: NGC 1883 with unaided photograph and image tube photo (ST589) [6L]
Slide 55: A prism spectroscope (H585) [6L]
Slide 56: Schematic diagram of a spectroheliograph (ST1311) [6L]
Slide 57: Coronagraph schematic (OJG) (H736) [6L]
Slide 58: CCD chip (SAOEI32) [6L]
Slide 59: Resolution in galaxy images (SAOEI11) [6L]
Slide 60: NOC 507 (Elliptical galaxy) - after image processing to emphasize tidal interaction (SAOEI30) [6L]
Slide 61: NOC 507 image processing extreme (SAOEI31) [6L]
Slide 62: Diagram of optical trains for multiple mirror telescope (ST623) [6M]
Slide 63: Cross-section of MMT (ST1334) [6M]
Slide 64: Model of the MMT (St1351) [6M]

Set 54: Women in Astronomy / by Sally Stephens

Women in Astronomy (Slide Set Number 54)

Slide 1: Caroline Herschel (1750-1848)
Slide 2: Maria Mitchell (1818-1889)
Slide 3: Women Computers at the Harvard College Observatory
Slide 4: Annie Jump Cannon (1863-1941)
Slide 5: Henrietta Swan Leavitt (1868-1921)
Slide 6: Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin (1900-1979)
Slide 7: Beatrice M. Tinsley (1941-1981)
Slide 8: S. Jocelyn Bell Burnell
Slide 9: Nancy Boggess
Slide 10: E. Margaret Burbidge
Slide 11: France Cordova
Slide 12: Sandra Faber
Slide 13: Margaret Geller
Slide 14: Margherita Hack
Slide 15: Eleanor Helin
Slide 16: Roberta Humphreys
Slide 17: Christine Jones
Slide 18: Catherine Pilachowski
Slide 19: Mercedes Richards
Slide 20: Sally Ride
Slide 21: Nancy Roman
Slide 22: Vera Rubin
Slide 23: Carolyn Shoemaker
Slide 24: Jill Tarter
Slide 25: Jacqueline van Gorkom
Slide 26: Sidney C. Wolff

Set 55: Astronomers of the Past / by the History Committee

Astronomers of the Past (Slide Set Number 55)

Slide 1: John Couch Adams (1819-1892)
Slide 2: Walter S. Adams (1876-1956)
Slide 3: Walter Baade (1893-1960)
Slide 4: Edward Emerson Barnard (1857-1923)
Slide 5: Ira S. Bowen (1898-1973)
Slide 6: Tycho Brahe (1546-1601)
Slide 7: William Wallace Campbell (1862-1938)
Slide 8: Annie Jump Cannon (1863-1941)
Slide 9: Alvan Clark (1804-1887)
Slide 10: Nicholas Copernicus (1473-1543)
Slide 11: Heber D. Curtis (1872-1942)
Slide 12: Willem DeSitter (1872-1935)
Slide 13: Henry Draper (1837-1882)
Slide 14: Arthur S. Eddington (1882-1944)
Slide 15: Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Slide 16: Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)
Slide 17: George Ellery Hale (1868-1938)
Slide 18: Asaph Hall (1829-1907)
Slide 19: John F.W. Herschel (1792-1871)
Slide 20: William Herschel (1738-1822)
Slide 21: Ejnar Hertzsprung (1873-1967)
Slide 22: Edwin P. Hubble (1889-1953)
Slide 23: William Huggins (1824-1910)
Slide 24: Milton Humason (1891-1972)
Slide 25: Karl G. Jansky (1905-1950)
Slide 26: James H. Jeans (1877-1946)
Slide 27: Jacobus Cornelis Kapetyn (1851-1922)
Slide 28: James E. Keeler (1857-1900)
Slide 29: Johannes Kepler (1571-1630)
Slide 30: Gerard P. Kuiper (1905-1973)
Slide 31: Samuel P. Langley (1834-1906)
Slide 32: Pierre Simon Laplace (1749-1827)
Slide 33: Henrietta Leavitt (1868-1921)
Slide 34: Urbain-Jean-Joseph Leverrier (1811-1877)
Slide 35: J. Norman Lockyer (1836-1920)
Slide 36: Percival Lowell (1855-1916)
Slide 37: Albert A. Michelson (1852-1931)
Slide 38: Edward A. Milne (1896-1950)
Slide 39: Rudolph Minkowski (1895-1976)
Slide 40: Maria Mitchell (1818-1889)
Slide 41: Simon Newcomb (1835-1909)
Slide 42: Isaac Newton (1642-1727)
Slide 43: William Parsons (1800-1867)
Slide 44: Celia Payne Gaposchkin (1900-1979)
Slide 45: Edward C. Pickering (1846-1919)
Slide 46: Henry Norris Russell (1877-1957)
Slide 47: Harlow Shapley (1885-1972)
Slide 48: Vesto M. Slipher (1875-1969)
Slide 49: Otto Struve (1897-1963)
Slide 50: Charles A. Young (1834-1908)

Set 56: Astronomical Cartoons / by Sidney Harris

Astronomical Cartoons (Slide Set number 56)

20 untitled slides

Set 57: Star Maps: Constellations of the Northern Hemisphere

Star Maps: Constellations of the Northern Hemisphere / by O. Richard Norton (Slide Set Number 57)

Slide 1: Andromeda
Slide 2: Aquarius
Slide 3: Aquila
Slide 4: Aries/Triangulum
Slide 5: Auriga
Slide 6: Bo�tes
Slide 7: Cancer
Slide 8: Canis Major
Slide 9: Canis Minor
Slide 10: Capricornus
Slide 11: Cassiopeia
Slide 12: Cepheus
Slide 13: Coma Berenices/Canes Venatici
Slide 14: Corona Borealis
Slide 15: Corvus
Slide 16: Crater
Slide 17: Cygnus
Slide 18: Delphinus
Slide 19: Draco
Slide 20: Gemini
Slide 21: Hercules
Slide 22: Hydra
Slide 23: Leo
Slide 24: Lepus
Slide 25: Libra
Slide 26: Lyra
Slide 27: Ophiuchus/Serpens
Slide 28: Orion
Slide 29: Pegasus
Slide 30: Perseus
Slide 31: Pisces
Slide 32: Sagitta
Slide 33: Sagittarius
Slide 34: Scorpius
Slide 35: Scutum
Slide 36: Taurus
Slide 37: Ursa Major
Slide 38: Ursa Minor
Slide 39: Virgo
Slide 40: Star Map Symbols

Set 58: The Electronic Sky / produced by Smithsonian Institution

The Electronic Sky (Slide Set Number 58)

Slide 0: Series title Slide
Slide 1: Title
Slide
Slide 2: Brightness profile of Comet IRAS-Araki-Alcock
Slide 3: The Horsehead Nebula (missing)
Slide 4: Globular Cluster M5 (missing)
Slide 5: Ring Nebula--enhanced color image (missing)
Slide 6: Ring Nebula--topographic image
Slide 7: Ring Nebula--contour image
Slide 8: Reflection Nebula NGC 2068 (missing)
Slide 9: Galaxy cannabalism (with inset) (missing)
Slide 10: Galaxy cannabalism--false color contours
Slide 11: Resolution in galaxy images
Slide 12: Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 3992 (missing)
Slide 13: Spiral Galaxy NGC 7479 (false color)
Slide 14: Spiral Galaxy NGC 7479 (color contours)
Slide 15: Edge-on Galaxy NGC 891
Slide 16: Dumbbell Nebula (missing)
Slide 17: The Crab Nebula (missing)
Slide 18: Energetic Galaxy M82
Slide 19: Elliptical Galaxy M87
Slide 20: The jet in M87
Slide 21: Elliptical galaxy brightness profile
Slide 22: Reflection Nebula NGC 1491
Slide 23: Orion Nebula (missing)
Slide 24: The spectrum of Spiral Galaxy M51
Slide 25: Reflection Nebula NGC 7023
Slide 26: Active Galaxy NGC 4826
Slide 27: Edge-on Galaxy NGC 4565 (missing)
Slide 28: Spiral Galaxy NGC 3184 (missing)
Slide 29: Spiral Galaxy M 104
Slide 30: Galaxy image processing
Slide 31: Image processing extreme
Slide 32: CCD "chip"
Slide 33: Telescope and CCD camera
Slide 34: The Multiple Mirror Telescope (missing)
Slide 35: Control room (missing)
Slide 36: Image processing laboratory
Slide 37: Four images of Spiral Galaxy NGC 7814
Slide 38: Comet Halley
Slide 39: Comet Halley
Slide 40: Gravitational Lens
Slide 41: Observatory at dusk
Slide 42: End

Set 59: Portraits of the Universe / by William Hartman

Portraits of the Universe (Slide Set Number 59)
Slide 1: Newborn star
Slide 2: In a cocoon nebula
Slide 3: Planetesimal
Slide 4: An Earth-like planet?
Slide 5: Heart of a molecular cloud
Slide 6: Red giant shedding mass
Slide 7: White dwarf and red giant
Slide 8: Planet of a red giant
Slide 9: The red giant, Antares
Slide 10: Planet of a red dwarf
Slide 11: Double sunset
Slide 12: Ring-arc system
Slide 13: Supernova
Slide 14: Accretion disk of a black hole
Slide 15: View of a black hole
Slide 16: Heart of the Milky Way
Slide 17: View from "above" the Milky Way
Slide 18: In a jetting galaxy
Slide 19: Imaginary alien planet
Slide 20: An alien landscape

Set 60: NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory: Launch & First Images

NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory: Launch and First Images  / produced by The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (Slide Set Number 60)

Slide 1: Chandra assembly
Slide 2: Grazing incidence reflection of x-rays
Slide 3: Launch of Chandra
Slide 4: The astronaut crew of Space Shuttle Columbia
Slide 5: Artist's conception of Chandra in orbit
Slide 6: The Orion Nebula
Slide 7: Eta Carina
Slide 8: Cassiopeia A
Slide 9: Cassiopeia A: x-ray/optical comparison
Slide 10: E0102-72
Slide 11: N132D
Slide 12: Crab Nebula
Slide 13: G21.5-0.9
Slide 14: PSR 0540-69
Slide 15: Andromeda Nebula black hole
Slide 16: M82
Slide 17: Centaurus A
Slide 18: Centaurus A: x-ray/optical comparison
Slide 19: PKS 0637-752
Slide 20: NGC 5548
Slide 21: Hydra A
Slide 22: 3C295
Slide 23: A2142H

Set 61: Infrared, Longer than Red

Infrared, Longer than Red / prepared by Suzanne Jacoby, Ian Gatley and Nigel Sharp (Slide Set Number 61)

Slide 1: Hot spots at the Kitt Peak 4-meter telescope
Slide 2: True color image of M17, the Horseshoe Nebula
Slide 3: M17 at 2.2 microns, old technology
Slide 4: M17 at 2.2 microns, new technology
Slide 5: M17 in JHK
Slide 6: M17 components: stars ands not stars
Slide 7: Brackett series emission in M17
Slide 8: M17 at 3.3 microns
Slide 9: NGC 2024 in JHK
Slide 10: NGC 2024 IR color composite
Slide 11: Orion - demonstration of large-format detector
Slide 12: Orion in optical and infrared light
Slide 13: Orion components: gas, dust, stars
Slide 14: Orion OMC2 JHK
Slide 15: W3 star formation region in JHK
Slide 16: NGC 7538 in JHK
Slide 17: Sharpless 106 JHK
Slide 18: Sharpless 106: molecular and ionized gas
Slide 19: NGC 2023 at 2.12 microns
Slide 20: NGC 2023 spectra
Slide 21: Four planetary nebulae at 2.12 microns
Slide 22: Dumbbell Nebula at 2.12 microns
Slide 23: Molecular hydrogen doppler image of the Galactic Center
Slide 24: Galactic Center in JHK

Set 62: Compton Gamma Ray Observatory: Views of High Energy Sky

Compton Gamma Ray Observatory: views of the High Energy Sky / by Jerry T. Bonnell and Neil Gehrels (Slide Set Number 62)

Slide 1: Arthur Holly Compton (1892-1962)
Slide 2: The Compton Gamma Ray Observatory
Slide 3: The Burst and Transient Source Experiment (BATSE)
Slide 4: The Imaging Compton Telescope (COMPTEL)
Slide 5: The Energetic Gamma Ray Experiment Telescope (EGRET)
Slide 6: The Oriented Scintillation Spectrometer Experiment (OSSE)
Slide 7: Compton Gamma Ray Observatory deployment
Slide 8: Gamma rays and the electromagnetic spectrum
Slide 9: Energy coverage of the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory instruments
Slide 10: Gamma ray astrophysics
Slide 11: The EGRET all-sky map
Slide 12: EGRET image of the Galactic Anticenter
Slide 13: EGRET discovery image of the Gamma-Ray Blazar 3C279
Slide 14: Time history of 3C279 gamma-ray emission in June of 1991
Slide 15: EGRET source positions on the sky
Slide 16: COMPTEL map of the Galactic Center at 1.8 MeV
Slide 17: COMPTEL composite image of the Galactic Anti-Center
Slide 18: COMPTEL Orion cloud image
Slide 19: OSSE map of the Galactic Center at 511 keV
Slide 20: OSSE solar flare spectrum
Slide 21: BATSE all-sky plot of gamma-ray burst locations
Slide 22: BATSE gamma-ray burst sample time histories
Slide 23: Gamma-ray burst average time history
Slide 24: BATSE image of the Galactic Center region
Slide 25: Gamma-ray pulsar light curves

Set 63: ROSAT: Exploring the X-ray Universe

ROSAT: Exploring the X-ray Universe / by Kimberly L. Dow and Wolfgang Voges (Slide Set Number 63)

Slide 1: ROSAT spacecraft
Slide 2: ROSAT x-ray telescope cross section
Slide 3: All-sky survey
Slide 4: Moon
Slide 5: South Ecliptic Pole
Slide 6: Lockman Hole
Slide 7: Sagittarius/Ophiuchus
Slide 8: Hyades
Slide 9: AR Lacertae
Slide 10: HZ 43
Slide 11: Orion
Slide 12: Cassiopeia-A
Slide 13: Tycho Supernova remnant (SNR 1572)
Slide 14: Crab Nebula pulsar
Slide 15: IC 443
Slide 16: Vela and Puppis A
Slide 17: Auriga
Slide 18: Cygnus Loop
Slide 19: Galactic Center
Slide 20: Large Magellanic Cloud X-1 Region (0.1-0.4 keV)
Slide 21: Large Magellanic Cloud X-1 Region (0.5-2.0 keV)
Slide 22: Andromeda (M31)
Slide 23: M81/SN1993J (before and after)
Slide 24: NGC 253
Slide 25: NGC 1275
Slide 26: Abell 2256
Slide 27: Virgo Cluster
Slide 28: Coma Cluster

Set 64: Beyond the Blue: Greatest Hits of the Ultraviolet

Beyond the Blue: Greatest Hits of the Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope / compiled by William Waller and Joel Offenberg (Slide Set Number 64)

Slide 1: Cosmic Ultraviolet Radiation and the Earth's Atmosphere
Slide 2: Balloons and Rockets
Slide 3: Constellation of Orion and the Orion Nebula
Slide 4: The Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope
Slide 5: Astro-1 in the Shuttle bay--Before Launch
Slide 6: Space Shuttles Columbia and Atlantis
Slide 7: Night Launch of Space Shuttle Columbia
Slide 8: Astro-1 in the Space Shuttle Bay--Fully Deployed
Slide 9: Astro-1 and Orion
Slide 10: Observing from the Space Shuttle
Slide 11: Weightless Workouts
Slide 12: The Columbia/Astro-1 Crew
Slide 13: Night Landing of the Columbia/STS-35
Slide 14: The Crab Nebula (Messier 1)--A Young Supernova Remnant
Slide 15: The Cygnus loop--An Old Supernova Remnant
Slide 16: Messier 79--An Ancient Globular Star Cluster
Slide 17: Omega Centauri--A Giant Globular Star Cluster
Slide 18: Anatomy of a Starburst--the 30 Doradus Supercluster
Slide 19: A Sequence of Spiral Galaxy Types
Slide 20: Relative Sizes of Spiral Galaxies
Slide 21: Messier 33--The Pinwheel Galaxy in Triangulum
Slide 22: Messier 74--A Grand-Design Spiral Galaxy
Slide 23: Messier 81--A Bulge-Dominated Spiral Galaxy
Slide 24: Messier 77--A Barred Spiral with an Active Nucleus
Slide 25: Starburst Activity in M77, M100, and NGC 1317

Set 65: Newest Window in the Sky: the Extreme Ultraviolet

Newest Window in the sky: the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer satellite Mission / by Isabel Hawkins, Ruth Paglierani and Jennifer Hinchman (Slide Set Number 65)

Slide 1: Artist's conception of the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer in space
Slide 2: The electromagnetic spectrum
Slide 3: Extreme ultraviolet technology
Slide 4: The EUVE satellite's spacecraft information
Slide 5: The EUVE scanning telescopes
Slide 6: The EUVE Deep Survey/Spectrometer Telescope
Slide 7: EUVE launch from Cape Canaveral
Slide 8: EUVE Science Operations Center at UC Berkeley
Slide 9: K-12 teachers participating in EUVE mission
Slide 10: EUVE mission goals
Slide 11: World and EUVE sky projections
Slide 12: EUVE all sky map
Slide 13: EUVE all sky map - complete data set
Slide 14: Astronomical sources of extreme ultraviolet radiation
Slide 15: EUVE targets of study
Slide 16: Procyon in medium wavelength spectrometer
Slide 17: Two white dwarfs: G191-B2B and HZ 43
Slide 18: SS Cygni in outburst
Slide 19: Our Sun's neighborhood
Slide 20: First quarter Moon
Slide 21: Full Moon
Slide 22: Jupiter during Shoemaker-Levy 9 impacts
Slide 23: Extreme ultraviolet helium emissions from Jupiter during SL-9 impacts
Slide 24: Vela Supernova remnant
Slide 25: Cygnus Loop Supernova remnant

Set 66: The Radio Universe / by Dr. Gerrit Verschuur

The Radio Universe (Slide Set Number 66)

Radio instruments

Slide 1: Basic radio telescope
Slide 2: How an interferometer works
Slide 3: The Very Large Array Radio Telescope
Slide 4: Data reduction steps

Black-and-white (gray scale) radiographs; Supernova remnants

Slide 5: The supernova remnant Cassiopeia A
Slide 6: The supernova remnant Taurus A

Radio galaxies

Slide 7: The radio galaxy, Cygnus A
Slide 8: The west lobe of the radio galaxy, Cygnus A
Slide 9: The twin tail radio galaxy, 3C 75
Slide 10: Hercules A (3C 348)
Slide 11: NGC 6251 (whole field)

The center of the galaxy

Slide 12: Sagittarius A
Slide 13: Sagittarius A filaments in close-up

Contour maps; Radio galaxies in zoom

Slide 14: NGC 6251 in zoom
Slide 15: 3C 120

Color radiographs; Planetary nebula

Slide 16: NGC 7354
Slide 17: NGC 6543

Supernova remnants

Slide 18: Cassiopeia A
Slide 19: Tycho's supernova

A normal galaxy

Slide 20: M51

Solar system objects

Slide 21: Radio brightness of the Sun
Slide 22: Jupiter
Slide 23: Saturn

Radio galaxies

Slide 24: NGC 326
Slide 25: NGC 315
Slide 26: 3C 449
Slide 27: 1919+479
Slide 28: Centaurus A (NGC 5128)
Slide 29: NGC 1265 (3C 83, 1B;0314+416)
Slide 30: M84 (NGC 4374; 3C 272.1)
Slide 31: M82 (3C 231; NGC 3034)

Quasars

Slide 32: 2300-189
Slide 33: 0957+561; gravitational lens

Radio jets close-up

Slide 34: NGC 6251
Slide 35: Virgo A (M87; NGC 4486; 3C 274)

Objects in our galaxy

Slide 36: SS 433
Slide 37: S106
Slide 38: M17

The galactic center close-up

Slide 39: Sagitarrius A nucleus

A cluster of galaxies

Slide 40: Virgo cluster galaxies

Set 67: The Radio Universe II: the Best of the Very Large Array

The Radio Universe II: the Best of the Very Large Array (VLA) / by Dave Finley (Slide Set Number 67)

The Sun

Slide 1: The Sun at various wavelengths
Slide 2: The Sun at different levels of activity

Planets

Slide 3: Radar images of Mars
Slide 4: Jupiter
Slide 5: Saturn

Supernovae and Supernova Remnants

Slide 6: Supernova 1986J
Slide 7: Supernova 1986J remnant
Slide 8: The Crab Nebula
Slide 9: Pulsar and supernova remnant
Slide 10: The Veil Nebula

The Center of the Milky Way

Slide 11: The center of the Milky Way
Slide 12: Sagittarius A*
Slide 13: A transient source near the galactic center

Spiral Galaxies

Slide 14: The Spiral Galaxy M83 (NGC 5236)
Slides 15 and 16: Northeast half of M31 (Andromeda Galaxy)
Slides 17 and 18: Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1808

Dwarf Galaxy

Slides 19 and 20: Holmberg II (UGC 4305)

Radio Galaxies and Jets

Slide 21: Fornax A (NGC 1316)
Slide 22: Radio Galaxy 3C 219
Slide 23: Radio jets and galaxies
Slide 24: Magnetic field surrounding Hydra A
Slide 25: Hot spot of 3C 33 South

Colliding Galaxies

Slide 26: Markarian 171
Slide 27: NGC 7252

Gravitational Lenses

Slides 28 and 29: Quasar and foreground galaxy
Slide 30: Einstein ring

Set 69: The Hubble Space Telescope, 1999: slide set 8

The Hubble Space Telescope, 1999 / edited by James C. White II., Astronomical Society of the Pacific (Slide Set Number 8)

Slide 1: Ring Nebula
Slide 2: Hubble deep field-south
Slide 3: Stellar dust rings
Slide 4: More dust rings
Slide 5: Supernova 1987A
Slide 6: Young stellar disks in infrared light
Slide 7: Disks around young stars
Slide 8: Galaxy NGC 1316
Slide 9: Asteroid trail in Centaurus
Slide 10: Gamma-ray burst GRB 990123
Slide 11: Infrared galaxy gallery
Slide 12: Hodge 301
Slide 13: Polar Ring Galaxy NGC 4650A
Slide 14: Gallery of gravitational lenses
Slide 15: NGC 3603
Slide 16: Cyclone on Mars
Slide 17: N159 in Large Magellanic Cloud
Slide 18: NGC 4414
Slide 19: NGC 6093
Slide 20: Mars at opposition, April-May 1999
Slide 21: Galaxy Cluster MS 1054-03
Slide 22: Jupiter's Great Red Spot
Slide 23: Star clusters near Center of the Galaxy
Slide 24: Hickson Group 87
Slide 25: 30 Doradus Nebula-LMC
Slide 26: Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1365
Slide 27: Central bulges of spiral galaxies
Slide 28: Herbig-Haro 32
Slide 29: NGC 2346
Slide 30: NGC 2440
Slide 31: NGC 2207 & IC 2163
Slide 32: Trifid Nebula
Slide 33: Jets near black hole in M87

Set 69: The Hubble Space Telescope, 1999: slide set 8

The Hubble Space Telescope, 1999 / edited by James C. White II., Astronomical Society of the Pacific (Slide Set Number 8)

Slide 1: Ring Nebula
Slide 2: Hubble deep field-south
Slide 3: Stellar dust rings
Slide 4: More dust rings
Slide 5: Supernova 1987A
Slide 6: Young stellar disks in infrared light
Slide 7: Disks around young stars
Slide 8: Galaxy NGC 1316
Slide 9: Asteroid trail in Centaurus
Slide 10: Gamma-ray burst GRB 990123
Slide 11: Infrared galaxy gallery
Slide 12: Hodge 301
Slide 13: Polar Ring Galaxy NGC 4650A
Slide 14: Gallery of gravitational lenses
Slide 15: NGC 3603
Slide 16: Cyclone on Mars
Slide 17: N159 in Large Magellanic Cloud
Slide 18: NGC 4414
Slide 19: NGC 6093
Slide 20: Mars at opposition, April-May 1999
Slide 21: Galaxy Cluster MS 1054-03
Slide 22: Jupiter's Great Red Spot
Slide 23: Star clusters near Center of the Galaxy
Slide 24: Hickson Group 87
Slide 25: 30 Doradus Nebula-LMC
Slide 26: Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 1365
Slide 27: Central bulges of spiral galaxies
Slide 28: Herbig-Haro 32
Slide 29: NGC 2346
Slide 30: NGC 2440
Slide 31: NGC 2207 & IC 2163
Slide 32: Trifid Nebula
Slide 33: Jets near black hole in M87

Set 70: The Hubble Space Telescope: slide set 2

The Hubble Space Telescope / produced by The Astronomical Society of the Pacific (Slide Set Number 70)

Slide 1: HST image of Mars
Slide 2: HST image of Jupiter
Slide 3: Storm on Saturn
Slide 4: Four views of Saturn's storm
Slide 5: Beta Pictoris spectrum
Slide 6: Beta Pictoris: artist's rendition
Slide 7: R Aquarii: nova gas cloud
Slide 8: Orion Nebula: HST and ground views
Slide 9: Jet structure in Orion Nebula
Slide 10: Melnick 42: massive star spectrum
Slide 11: NGC 2440 with superhot star
Slide 12: Core of 47 Tucanae
Slide 13: Cepheid in IC 4182
Slide 14: M87: core and inner jet
Slide 15: Young clusters in the core of NGC 1275
Slide 16: Arp 220: "Starburst" Galaxy
Slide 17: 3C66B: braided optical jet
Slide 18: "X" structure at the core of M51
Slide 19: Spectrum of 3C273: intergalactic clouds
Slide 20: 3C273 spectrum: explanatory diagram