Edward Emerson Barnard, Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Scie

€150.00

Edward Emerson Barnard, Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science E. E. Barnard memorial number,

01/1928, United States,
Titled & dated,
Book, Excellent,
Book,
25  X  16,5 cm

Rare obituary publication about E. E. Barnard with numerous illustrations

Ex libris: Carl Otto Lampland

Lampland first went to Lowell Observatory in 1902 when invited by Percival Lowell and Lampland was closely involved with Lowell in planetary observation. He designed cameras used for astronomy and also designed and maintained telescopes, including resilvering the mirror of the 40-inch (1,000 mm) telescope. He also constructed thermocouples and used them to measure temperatures of planets. He won the Royal Photographic Society Medal in 1905 for the camera which he designed for the 24-inch Clark telescope. In 1907 Lampland and Lowell won a Royal Photographic Society exhibition medal for their photographs of the canals of Mars.

Photo ID: 5846


  • photographic process: Book
  • Vintage photo made by: Barnard, Edward Emerson


  • Edward Emerson Barnard, Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Scie
  • Edward Emerson Barnard, Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Scie
  • Edward Emerson Barnard, Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Scie

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