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Subject search results for "Astronomy"
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P3549-36 Photographic print, solar eclipse taken with Lick Observatory 12.19 metre (40 foot) coronagraph, paper / silver gelatin, photographer Dr. Adams, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-36 Photographic print, solar eclipse taken with Lick Observatory 12.19 metre (40 foot) coronagraph, paper / silver gelatin, photographer Dr. Adams, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


95/239/11 Photographic print, Gilgoin meteorites, paper, [HC Russell], [Australia], 1890-1905 95/239/11 Photographic print, Gilgoin meteorites, paper, [HC Russell], [Australia], 1890-1905


95/239/19 Photographic print, stars, paper, [HC Russell], [Australia], 1890 95/239/19 Photographic print, stars, paper, [HC Russell], [Australia], 1890


95/239/5 Photographic print, moon, paper, [HC Russell], [Australia], 1892


95/239/6 Photographic print, the stars showing the area around Eta Argus (now Eta Carinae), glass / gelatin emulsion, used at Sydney Observatory, photograph by James Short and H. C. Russell, Sydney, 1891


P3321 Archive, aeronautics/ exploration/ astronomy, pencil / ink / watercolour / paper, Lawrence Hargrave, Australia, 1865-1915 P3321 Archive, aeronautics/ exploration/ astronomy, pencil / ink / watercolour / paper, Lawrence Hargrave, Australia, 1865-1915


P3548 Ilford negatives (824), astrographic plates, glass plates, acetate, glass / emulsion / paper / acetate, photographs by various staff at the Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1862-1965 P3548 Ilford negatives (824), astrographic plates, glass plates, acetate, glass / emulsion / paper / acetate, photographs by various staff at the Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1862-1965


P3548-223 Photographic negative, number 5 the stars of the Milky Way showing the area around Beta Muscae, glass / gelatin, photograph by James Short and Henry Chamberlain Russell, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia,13 August, 1890, used at Sydney Observat


H10255 Astronomical instruments, parts of an astrograph, metal, made by Morts Dock and Engineering Company, the Atlas Engineering Company and W I Masters, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1887-1890, used at S H10255 Astronomical instruments, parts of an astrograph, metal, made by Morts Dock and Engineering Company, the Atlas Engineering Company and W I Masters, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1887-1890, used at S


85/2177 Star catalogue, 85/2177 Star catalogue, 'Catalogus Stellarum Australium', leather / paper, authored by Edmond Halley, published by R. Hartford, printed by Thomas James, England, 1679, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1879-1979


89/659 Map, 89/659 Map, 'Charta Caelestis', silver plate/gold/wood, International Astronomical Union, 1978


97/278/1 Mirror, glass/metal, part of Narrabri Stellar Interferometer, designed by Robert Hanbury Brown and Richard Twiss, Officine Galileo, Italy, 1960-1961 97/278/1 Mirror, glass/metal, part of Narrabri Stellar Interferometer, designed by Robert Hanbury Brown and Richard Twiss, Officine Galileo, Italy, 1960-1961


97/281/1 Image Photon Counting System, including camera, electronics and control desk, wood/plastic/metal/glass, designed by Professor Alec Boksenberg, used at the Anglo-Australian Observatory, Australia, 1976-1995 97/281/1 Image Photon Counting System, including camera, electronics and control desk, wood/plastic/metal/glass, designed by Professor Alec Boksenberg, used at the Anglo-Australian Observatory, Australia, 1976-1995


97/289/1 Feed horn, metal, used on Parkes Radio Telescope, CSIRO Radiophysics, Australia,1969-1973


97/289/2 Receiver, cryogenic, 6 cm wavelength, metal, used on Parkes Radio Telescope, CSIRO Radiophysics/Airborne Instruments Laboratory, Australia, 1970-71 97/289/2 Receiver, cryogenic, 6 cm wavelength, metal, used on Parkes Radio Telescope, CSIRO Radiophysics/Airborne Instruments Laboratory, Australia, 1970-71


97/289/3 Amplifier, parametric, 9 cm wavelength, metal/plastic, used on Parkes Radio Telescope, CSIRO Radiophysics/Melabs, Australia/Palo Alto, California, 1972 97/289/3 Amplifier, parametric, 9 cm wavelength, metal/plastic, used on Parkes Radio Telescope, CSIRO Radiophysics/Melabs, Australia/Palo Alto, California, 1972


97/289/4 Feed horn, brass, used on Parkes Radio Telescope, CSIRO Radiophysics, Australia, 1965 97/289/4 Feed horn, brass, used on Parkes Radio Telescope, CSIRO Radiophysics, Australia, 1965


97/292/1 Amplifiers (3), low noise, field effect transistor, cryogenic, for the Australia Telescope, metal/plastic, CSIRO Division of Radiophysics, Australia, 1984-1988


97/293/1 Fibre image slicer, used at the Anglo-Australian Telescope, metal / glass / plastic, Australia, 1987


H10295 Optical instrument, astronomical star diagonal, metal / glass, used by Sydney Observatory, made by T Cook and Sons Limited, England, 1897-1922 H10295 Optical instrument, astronomical star diagonal, metal / glass, used by Sydney Observatory, made by T Cook and Sons Limited, England, 1897-1922


2004/124/3 IRIS2 cold stop, infrared spectrograph and imager component, metal, used by the Anglo-Australian Observatory, designed by Laser Micromachining Solutions / Anglo-Australian Observatory, made by Laser Micromachining Solutions, Sydney, New South W


2004/124/2 IRIS2 Hartmann shutter, infrared spectrograph and imager component, metal, used by the Anglo-Australian Observatory, designed by Laser Micromachining Solutions / Anglo-Australian Observatory, made by Laser Micromachining Solutions, Sydney, New


2004/124/4 IRIS2 multi-slit masks (2), infrared spectrograph and imager components, metal, used by the Anglo-Australian Observatory, designed by Laser Micromachining Solutions / Anglo-Australian Observatory, made by Laser Micromachining Solutions, Sydney,


H9957 Astronomical equipment, level trier, brass / glass / [bone] / paint / paper, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Troughton and Simms Limited, London, England, 1875-1877 H9957 Astronomical equipment, level trier, brass / glass / [bone] / paint / paper, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Troughton and Simms Limited, London, England, 1875-1877


H10201 Astronomical equipment, minor planet guider, metal / wood / plastic, designed by Harley Wood, made by H F Pinnock, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1954, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1954-1964 H10201 Astronomical equipment, minor planet guider, metal / wood / plastic, designed by Harley Wood, made by H F Pinnock, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1954, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1954-1964


H9893 Astronomical equipment, mural circle, brass /stone / glass, designed and made by Edward Troughton, London, England, 1807-1809, used at Parramatta Observatory, 1815-1825 H9893 Astronomical equipment, mural circle, brass /stone / glass, designed and made by Edward Troughton, London, England, 1807-1809, used at Parramatta Observatory, 1815-1825


H10202 Astronomical equipment, pivot testing apparatus, wood / glass / metal / paper / ink, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1875-1877 H10202 Astronomical equipment, pivot testing apparatus, wood / glass / metal / paper / ink, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1875-1877


H10294 Optical equipment, seven refractor telescope eyepieces in a box, brass / glass / wood / fabric, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Carl Zeiss and Hugo Schroeder, Germany, 1874-1900 H10294 Optical equipment, seven refractor telescope eyepieces in a box, brass / glass / wood / fabric, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Carl Zeiss and Hugo Schroeder, Germany, 1874-1900


H10025 Astronomical equipment, sun diagonal, Herschel Wedge, metal / glass, made by John Browning, London, England, 1875-1900, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1900-1950] H10025 Astronomical equipment, sun diagonal, Herschel Wedge, metal / glass, made by John Browning, London, England, 1875-1900, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1900-1950]


H10306 Astronomical equipment, pivot testing apparatus, wood / glass / metal / paper / ink, used at Sydney Observatory, maker unknown, 1877-1907 H10306 Astronomical equipment, pivot testing apparatus, wood / glass / metal / paper / ink, used at Sydney Observatory, maker unknown, 1877-1907


H9976 Testing equipment, pivot testing apparatus used with transit telescope, metal / glass, used at Sydney Observatory, made by [Troughton and Simms], [London, England], 1876 H9976 Testing equipment, pivot testing apparatus used with transit telescope, metal / glass, used at Sydney Observatory, made by [Troughton and Simms], [London, England], 1876


H10273-2 Astronomical model, lantern slide, phases of the Moon and tides, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900 H10273-2 Astronomical model, lantern slide, phases of the Moon and tides, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900


H10273-3 Astronomical model, lantern slide, movement of a comet, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900 H10273-3 Astronomical model, lantern slide, movement of a comet, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900


H10273-4 Astronomical model, lantern slide, annual and diurnal motion of the Earth, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900 H10273-4 Astronomical model, lantern slide, annual and diurnal motion of the Earth, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900


H10273-5 Astronomical model, lantern slide, the Seasons, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900 H10273-5 Astronomical model, lantern slide, the Seasons, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900


H10273-6 Astronomical model, lantern slide, movement of Venus, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900 H10273-6 Astronomical model, lantern slide, movement of Venus, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900


H10273-8 Astronomical model, lantern slide, phases of the Moon and tides, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900 H10273-8 Astronomical model, lantern slide, phases of the Moon and tides, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900


H10273-1 Astronomical model, lantern slide, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1750-1850 H10273-1 Astronomical model, lantern slide, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1750-1850


H10276 Astronomical model, orbit of Icarus, wood / paper / metal, used at and made by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, date unknown H10276 Astronomical model, orbit of Icarus, wood / paper / metal, used at and made by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, date unknown


H10378 Astronomical equipment, celestial globe, wood / brass / plaster / paper, maker unknown, [London, England], 1790-1821, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia H10378 Astronomical equipment, celestial globe, wood / brass / plaster / paper, maker unknown, [London, England], 1790-1821, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia


2005/168/1 Mechanical Paradox with orrery, metal / wood, made by Richard Bartholomew Smith, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1927 2005/168/1 Mechanical Paradox with orrery, metal / wood, made by Richard Bartholomew Smith, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1927


2010/1/249 Orrery with manual, audio casette and packaging, Our planet in motion, plastic / paper / metal, maker unknown, 1980-1990


2010/1/90 Meccano model of an orrery, metal / plastic / glass / electronic material, made by Meccano Ltd, Liverpool, England. 1960-1975 2010/1/90 Meccano model of an orrery, metal / plastic / glass / electronic material, made by Meccano Ltd, Liverpool, England. 1960-1975


H7542 Telescope, astronomical, on brass tripod, J. Gilbert, Tower Hill, London, c. 1770


2009/65/1 Telescope, reproduction of Galileo 2009/65/1 Telescope, reproduction of Galileo's telescope, leather / wood / glass, made by Antiques of Science & Technology, Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States of America, 2009


2005/134/1 Telescope, reflecting, and case, brass / glass / mahogany / silk , made by Dudley Adams, London, England, 1788-1817 2005/134/1 Telescope, reflecting, and case, brass / glass / mahogany / silk , made by Dudley Adams, London, England, 1788-1817


2008/12/1 Telescope, Newtonian reflector, 46 cm, f/8.2 mirror (focal ratio), iron / steel / glass, made by George Herbert Hoskins, Beecroft, New South Wales, Australia, 1917


98/65/1 Astrophotograph, 98/65/1 Astrophotograph, 'Ebenezer Mission/ Southern Cross', colour, mounted, paper, Chris Dunmill, Australia, 1994


98/65/10 Astrophotograph, 98/65/10 Astrophotograph, 'Small Magellanic Cloud/ cluster 47 Tucanae', black and white, mounted, paper, Stefan Buda, Australia, 1985-1995


98/65/11 Astrophotograph, 98/65/11 Astrophotograph, 'Omega Centauri/ galaxy NGC 5128', black and white, mounted, paper, Stefan Buda, Australia, 1985-1995


98/65/12 Astrophotograph, 98/65/12 Astrophotograph, 'Moon', black and white, mounted, paper, Monty Leventhal, Australia, 1995


98/65/13 Astrophotograph, 98/65/13 Astrophotograph, 'Erathosthenes crater of the Moon', black and white, mounted, paper, Monty Leventhal, Australia, 1995


98/65/14 Astrophotograph, 98/65/14 Astrophotograph, 'Sun', black and white, mounted, paper, Monty Leventhal, Australia, 1994-1995


98/65/15 Astrophotograph, 98/65/15 Astrophotograph, 'Sun', black and white, mounted, paper, Monty Leventhal, Australia, 1995


98/65/16 Astrophotograph, 98/65/16 Astrophotograph, 'Eta Carinae Nebula', colour, mounted, paper, Paul J Mayo, Australia, 1994


98/65/17 Astrophotograph, 98/65/17 Astrophotograph, 'South Celestial Pole', black and white, mounted, paper, Rolando De Michiel, Australia, 1992


98/65/18 Astrophotograph, 98/65/18 Astrophotograph, 'Jupiter', black and white, mounted, paper, Rolando De Michiel, Australia, 1994


98/65/19 Astrophotograph, 98/65/19 Astrophotograph, 'Moon', black and white, mounted, paper, Rolando De Michiel, Australia, 1995


98/65/2 Astrophotograph, Comet Halley, colour, mounted, paper, John Goodall, Australia, 1986 98/65/2 Astrophotograph, Comet Halley, colour, mounted, paper, John Goodall, Australia, 1986


98/65/20 Astrophotograph, 98/65/20 Astrophotograph, 'Comet Halley', black and white, mounted, paper, Rolando De Michiel, Australia, 1986


98/65/21 Astrophotograph, 98/65/21 Astrophotograph, 'Southern Cross/ Uluru', colour, mounted, paper, Geoff Wyatt, Australia, 1991


98/65/22 Astrophotograph, 98/65/22 Astrophotograph, 'Refractor telescope', colour, mounted, paper, Geoff Wyatt, Australia, 1994


98/65/23 Astrophotograph, 98/65/23 Astrophotograph, 'Venus and Jupiter', colour, mounted, paper, Geoff Wyatt, Australia, 1991


98/65/24 Astrophotograph, 98/65/24 Astrophotograph, 'Southern Cross/ Eta Carinae nebula', colour, mounted, paper, Noeleen Lowndes, Australia, 1992


98/65/25 Astrophotograph, 98/65/25 Astrophotograph, 'Southern Cross/ Alpha and Beta Centauri', colour, mounted, paper, Andrew Lowndes, Australia, 1993


98/65/26 Astrophotograph, 98/65/26 Astrophotograph, 'Southern Cross', colour, mounted, paper, Geoff Wyatt, Australia, 1992-1994


98/65/27 Astrophotograph, 98/65/27 Astrophotograph, 'Milky Way/ Southern Cross', colour, mounted, paper, Phillip Pudney, Australia, 1992-1995


98/65/28 Astrophotograph, 98/65/28 Astrophotograph, 'Orion/ Taurus', colour, mounted, paper, Phillip Pudney, Australia, 1992-1995


98/65/29 Astrophotograph, 98/65/29 Astrophotograph, 'Southern Cross with star trails', colour, mounted, paper, Phillip Pudney, Australia, 1992-1995


98/65/3 Astrophotograph, 98/65/3 Astrophotograph, 'Comet Wilson/ supernova 1987a', colour, mounted, paper, John Goodall, Australia, 1987


98/65/30 Astrophotograph, 98/65/30 Astrophotograph, 'Venus/ Jupiter', colour, mounted, paper, Phillip Pudney, Australia, 1992-1995


98/65/31 Astrophotograph, 98/65/31 Astrophotograph, 'Milky Way', colour, mounted, paper, Phillip Pudney, Australia, 1992-1995


98/65/32 Astrophotograph, 98/65/32 Astrophotograph, 'South Celestial Pole', colour, mounted, paper, Phillip Pudney, Australia, 1992-1995


98/65/4 Astrophotograph, 98/65/4 Astrophotograph, 'Great Nebula in Orion', colour, mounted, paper, John Papas, Australia, 1983


98/65/5 Astrophotographs, 98/65/5 Astrophotographs, 'Spiral galaxy M83', colour, mounted, paper, John Papas, Australia, 1988


98/65/6 Astrophotograph, 98/65/6 Astrophotograph, 'Cluster 47 Tucanae', colour, mounted, paper, John Papas, Australia, 1992


98/65/7 Astrophotograph, 98/65/7 Astrophotograph, 'Moon', colour, mounted, paper, John Papas, Australia, 1985


98/65/8 Astrophotographs (3), 'South Celestial Pole'; 'Southern Cross', colour, mounted, paper, Caroline Von Lichtan, Australia, 1993-1995


98/65/9 Astrophotographs (2), 98/65/9 Astrophotographs (2), 'Lagoon Nebula'; 'Eagle Nebula', colour, mounted, paper, Jenni Kay, Australia, 1985-1995


2003/150/1 Bark painting, 2003/150/1 Bark painting, 'Tapalinga' (moon) design, wood / ochre, Tommy Mungatopi, Melville Island, Northern Territory, Australia, c. 1960


2003/150/2 Bark painting, 2003/150/2 Bark painting, 'Wanarringa' (sun) design, bark / ochre, Tommy Mungatopi, Melville Island, Northern Territory, Australia, c. 1960


H9897 Clock, electro-mechanical pendulum clock, metal / wood / glass, maker unknown, [France], used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 1918-1940 H9897 Clock, electro-mechanical pendulum clock, metal / wood / glass, maker unknown, [France], used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 1918-1940


97/129/1 Binoculars, Starmorbi, metal/glass, Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, 1923-1924 97/129/1 Binoculars, Starmorbi, metal/glass, Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, 1923-1924


88/954 Booklet, 88/954 Booklet, 'The Stars for 3D', written by Mrs Edwin Field, published by E W Cole, Melbourne, Victoria, 1910


98/73/1 Star Map, cloth/ cardboard/ paper, used by Emily Louisa Russell, drafted and engraved by W. Peck/ published by James Archibald, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1880-1890 98/73/1 Star Map, cloth/ cardboard/ paper, used by Emily Louisa Russell, drafted and engraved by W. Peck/ published by James Archibald, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1880-1890


H9961 Bow compasses (2) in case, metal / felt / leather / paper, maker unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1858-1917 H9961 Bow compasses (2) in case, metal / felt / leather / paper, maker unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1858-1917


H9959 Bow compass, with accessories in black leather case, steel / lead / leather / felt / metal, made by E O Richter and Company, Saxony, Germany, [1877-1917], used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, [1883-1917] H9959 Bow compass, with accessories in black leather case, steel / lead / leather / felt / metal, made by E O Richter and Company, Saxony, Germany, [1877-1917], used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, [1883-1917]


97/129/3 Binocular case, leather/metal, [Carl Zeiss], [Germany], [1923-1924]


2005/124/6 Catalogue with insert, 2005/124/6 Catalogue with insert, 'Cooke, Troughton and Simms', paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, published in London, England, [1930]


H9894 Celestial globe, wood / brass / plaster / paper / glass, made by Smith and Sons, London, England, 1790-1810, used at Parramatta Observatory, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia H9894 Celestial globe, wood / brass / plaster / paper / glass, made by Smith and Sons, London, England, 1790-1810, used at Parramatta Observatory, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia


2008/87/1 Celestial globe, case and instruction manual, metal / plastic / wood / paper, maker unknown, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), 1981 2008/87/1 Celestial globe, case and instruction manual, metal / plastic / wood / paper, maker unknown, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), 1981


H9901 Reclining chair, astronomical, leather / wood / metal, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, maker unkown [Australia], 1877-1900 H9901 Reclining chair, astronomical, leather / wood / metal, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, maker unkown [Australia], 1877-1900


H10003 Chronograph drum, wood / metal / wire, made by Sir Howard Grubb and Sons Limited, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England, 1920, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H10065 Tape chronograph in storage box, serial number 5066, metal / wood / paper, made by Telephones LeLas, Paris, France, 1909 -1950, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H10065 Tape chronograph in storage box, serial number 5066, metal / wood / paper, made by Telephones LeLas, Paris, France, 1909 -1950, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H10002 Tape chronograph, patent 4392, metal / glass / plastic / wood / paper, made by Siemens Brothers, London, England, used by Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1935-1945


H3940 Box chronometer, serial No 520, brass / wood / steel / glass, made by Thomas Earnshaw, London, England, 1801, used by Captain Matthew Flinders, 1801-1803 H3940 Box chronometer, serial No 520, brass / wood / steel / glass, made by Thomas Earnshaw, London, England, 1801, used by Captain Matthew Flinders, 1801-1803


H10184 Turret clock drive for chronograph or telescope, metal, retailed by Angelo Tornaghi, Sydney, 1880-1890, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H10184 Turret clock drive for chronograph or telescope, metal, retailed by Angelo Tornaghi, Sydney, 1880-1890, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H10011 Sidereal-meantime conversion clock, metal / glass / wood, made by H F Pinnock, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1950-1960, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H10011 Sidereal-meantime conversion clock, metal / glass / wood, made by H F Pinnock, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1950-1960, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H10258 Sun clock, brass / wood / plastic, designed by W E Cooke, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 1912-1926, made by E W Esdaile, Australia, 1912-1952, presented to the Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1952 H10258 Sun clock, brass / wood / plastic, designed by W E Cooke, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 1912-1926, made by E W Esdaile, Australia, 1912-1952, presented to the Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1952


H9982 Demonstration model, sidereal and mean time, wood / plastic / metal / wire, made and used by Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney New South Wales, Australia, 1945-1955 H9982 Demonstration model, sidereal and mean time, wood / plastic / metal / wire, made and used by Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney New South Wales, Australia, 1945-1955


H10059 Prismatic compass with pole, metal / glass / paper, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, [1850-1915], used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, [1858-1917] H10059 Prismatic compass with pole, metal / glass / paper, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, [1850-1915], used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, [1858-1917]


97/292/2 Correlator chip, for the Australia Telescope, silicon/metal/paper, CSIRO Division of Radiophysics/Austek Microsystems, Australia, 1985


2009/41/1 Interdata 70 minicomputer, metal / plastic, made by Interdata Inc, Oceanport, New Jersey, United States of America, 1972, used by the Anglo-Australian Telescope, Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia, 1974-2008


H9900 Couch, astronomical observation couch, leather / wood, maker unknown, 1877-1900, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydeny, New South Wales, Australia


H10414 Developing tray and parts of a second tray, from the Sydney Observatory, used in observation of the Transit of Venus, metal/wood, [Australia], c. 1874 H10414 Developing tray and parts of a second tray, from the Sydney Observatory, used in observation of the Transit of Venus, metal/wood, [Australia], c. 1874


H9956 Surveying equipment, Kater azimuth compass and cover, wood / glass / metal / paper, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory, made by Thomas Jones, England, 1811-1821 H9956 Surveying equipment, Kater azimuth compass and cover, wood / glass / metal / paper, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory, made by Thomas Jones, England, 1811-1821


H9918 Prototype Kater azimuth compass, wood / glass / metal / paper, designed and made by Captain Henry Kater, England, 1800-1811, presented to Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1874 H9918 Prototype Kater azimuth compass, wood / glass / metal / paper, designed and made by Captain Henry Kater, England, 1800-1811, presented to Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1874


H5602 Educational toy, (planetarium in box), H5602 Educational toy, (planetarium in box), 'Spitz Junior Planetarium', plastic/cardboard, Harmonic Reed Corporation, Rosemont, Pennsylvania, 1950-1956


H10200 Electric switch clock, glass / metal, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Seth Thomas, Connecticut, United States of America, 1940 H10200 Electric switch clock, glass / metal, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Seth Thomas, Connecticut, United States of America, 1940


H10004 Electric switch clock, metal / glass / wood / plastic / wire / cloth , maker unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, 1880-1913


99/27/1 Electrical slave clock, wood / glass / metal, [made by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia], 1920-1940, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 99/27/1 Electrical slave clock, wood / glass / metal, [made by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia], 1920-1940, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


2004/32/1 Emu egg, with Darug symbols, made by Bundeluk (Ian Watson) for the Sydney Mint Museum, Australia, 1995 2004/32/1 Emu egg, with Darug symbols, made by Bundeluk (Ian Watson) for the Sydney Mint Museum, Australia, 1995


N21440-2 Ephemera, storm card, paper / ink, designed by Henry Chamberlain Russell, Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1891 N21440-2 Ephemera, storm card, paper / ink, designed by Henry Chamberlain Russell, Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1891


N21440-3 Exercise book, mathematics, paper / ink, used by Henry Chamberlain Russell at the Church of England Grammar School, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia,1855 N21440-3 Exercise book, mathematics, paper / ink, used by Henry Chamberlain Russell at the Church of England Grammar School, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia,1855


H10293 Telescope eyepiece, H10293 Telescope eyepiece, 'Kellner', metal / glass, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, 1890-1920, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1920


H10287 Optical instruments, astronomical eyepiece lenses (5), metal / glass / textile, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, Australia, made by Adam Hilger Ltd, London, England, 1895-1905 H10287 Optical instruments, astronomical eyepiece lenses (5), metal / glass / textile, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, Australia, made by Adam Hilger Ltd, London, England, 1895-1905


H10286 Optical equipment, telescope eyepieces (5), metal / glass / wood / textile, maker unknown, [1860-1882], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1878-1900] H10286 Optical equipment, telescope eyepieces (5), metal / glass / wood / textile, maker unknown, [1860-1882], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1878-1900]


H10290 Telescope eyepiece in box, prismatic, glass / metal / leather, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, [1890-1920], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920] H10290 Telescope eyepiece in box, prismatic, glass / metal / leather, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, [1890-1920], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920]


H10343 Optical equipment, eyepieces and fittings for 6" telescope, metal / glass / wood / fabric, used at Sydney Observatory, maker unknown, 1877-1887 H10343 Optical equipment, eyepieces and fittings for 6" telescope, metal / glass / wood / fabric, used at Sydney Observatory, maker unknown, 1877-1887


H10289 Eyepieces (3), for 35mm diameter telescope, metal / glass, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena Germany, 1890-1920, used at Sydney Observatory, Australia H10289 Eyepieces (3), for 35mm diameter telescope, metal / glass, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena Germany, 1890-1920, used at Sydney Observatory, Australia


H10288 Telescope eyepieces (2), Huygens, metal / glass, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, [1890-1920], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920] H10288 Telescope eyepieces (2), Huygens, metal / glass, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, [1890-1920], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920]


97/50/1 Glass plate negatives (3), relating to Strasburg clock model, glass/photographic emulsion, [Sydney], 1900-1930


2008/165/1-132 Glass plate negative (1 of 193), a stage set of an astronomical observatory in wood panelled room, glass, photographer possibly Arthur Phillips, Australia, c. 1895-1905 2008/165/1-132 Glass plate negative (1 of 193), a stage set of an astronomical observatory in wood panelled room, glass, photographer possibly Arthur Phillips, Australia, c. 1895-1905


2005/124/5 Glass plate negatives (11) in box, cardboard / glass, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c 1890-1922


H10030 Astronomical equipment, glass slides (24) in wooden box, glass / paper / wood, made by Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin, United States of America, 1904-1919, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales Australia, 1919-1930 H10030 Astronomical equipment, glass slides (24) in wooden box, glass / paper / wood, made by Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin, United States of America, 1904-1919, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales Australia, 1919-1930


2010/10/1 Fused optical glass, astronomical mirror, optical workshop, Mt. Stromlo Observatory, Mt. Stromlo, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 2003 2010/10/1 Fused optical glass, astronomical mirror, optical workshop, Mt. Stromlo Observatory, Mt. Stromlo, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 2003


91/920 Globe and stand, "Mars Globe", plastic, Sky Publishing Corporation/NASA/US Geological Survey/Replogle Globes, USA, 1990-1991 91/920 Globe and stand, "Mars Globe", plastic, Sky Publishing Corporation/NASA/US Geological Survey/Replogle Globes, USA, 1990-1991


H10213 Janssen H10213 Janssen's photographic apparatus, metal / glass / wood, made by J H Dallmeyer, London, England, 1874, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


2004/127/1 Lantern slides (8), glass, taken by Ernest Herbert Beattie, Mount Stromlo, Australian Capital Territory and Irvinebank, Queensland, Australia and Vavau, Tonga, 1911


H10273 Magic lantern single rackwork glass slides (8), showing various astronomical events and cycles, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900 H10273 Magic lantern single rackwork glass slides (8), showing various astronomical events and cycles, wood / glass / metal, made by Dollond, London, England, 1758-1856, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1900


H9978 Optical equipment, astronomical lens, glass / metal, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Alvan Clark and Sons, Massachusetts, United States of America, 1875-1885 H9978 Optical equipment, astronomical lens, glass / metal, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Alvan Clark and Sons, Massachusetts, United States of America, 1875-1885


H10291 Optical equipment, lens, concave, in storage box, glass / metal / cardboard, made by Flavelle Bros, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, date [1890-1920], used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920] H10291 Optical equipment, lens, concave, in storage box, glass / metal / cardboard, made by Flavelle Bros, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, date [1890-1920], used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920]


H10187 Astronomical lens, 7 1/4-inch, brass / glass, made by Merz and Son, Munich, Germany, 1860-1861, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H10187 Astronomical lens, 7 1/4-inch, brass / glass, made by Merz and Son, Munich, Germany, 1860-1861, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H10285 Optical equipment, telescope lens (2), plano convex, glass, made by Tench, London, England, 1850-1888, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1887-1920 H10285 Optical equipment, telescope lens (2), plano convex, glass, made by Tench, London, England, 1850-1888, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1887-1920


H10005 Lifting jack, metal, [made by Troughton and Simms], England, 1875-1877, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H10005 Lifting jack, metal, [made by Troughton and Simms], England, 1875-1877, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


94/15/1 Long case clock, astronomical regulator, sidereal time, metal / mahogany, Thomas Earnshaw, London, England, 1791 94/15/1 Long case clock, astronomical regulator, sidereal time, metal / mahogany, Thomas Earnshaw, London, England, 1791


2005/124/4 Magazine, 2005/124/4 Magazine, 'The Observatory', paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, published by the Royal Astronomical Society, London, England, 1908


98/55/2 Printed material and sun compass prototypes, topographical information, orientation equipment and military memorabilia, paper / metal / wood, Charles Francis Laseron, Nowra / Tamworth / Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia, 1929-1943


H9922 Box Chronometer, sidereal time, No. 4981, metal / glass / wood, manufactured by James Poole, London, England, for F Allerding & Son, Sydney, 1867-1874, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9922 Box Chronometer, sidereal time, No. 4981, metal / glass / wood, manufactured by James Poole, London, England, for F Allerding & Son, Sydney, 1867-1874, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9925 Box chronometer, No. 2290, in storage box, with documents, brass / glass / wood, made by Robert Molyneux, London, England, 1835-1845, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9925 Box chronometer, No. 2290, in storage box, with documents, brass / glass / wood, made by Robert Molyneux, London, England, 1835-1845, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9921 Box chronometer, number 874/50318, wood / metal / glass, made by Robert Roskell, Liverpool, England, 1839, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9921 Box chronometer, number 874/50318, wood / metal / glass, made by Robert Roskell, Liverpool, England, 1839, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9904 Box chronometer, number 14620, wood / metal / glass, made by Thomas Mercer, London, England, 1936-1937, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9904 Box chronometer, number 14620, wood / metal / glass, made by Thomas Mercer, London, England, 1936-1937, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9923 Box chronometer, sidereal time, number 3198, metal / wood / glass / [bone], made by Victor Kullberg, London, England for F Allerding, Sydney, 1875, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9923 Box chronometer, sidereal time, number 3198, metal / wood / glass / [bone], made by Victor Kullberg, London, England for F Allerding, Sydney, 1875, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9896 Two day box chronometer, number 5438, wood / metal / glass, made by William Webb, 4 Pullens Row, Upper Street, Islington, London, England, 1857-1867, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9896 Two day box chronometer, number 5438, wood / metal / glass, made by William Webb, 4 Pullens Row, Upper Street, Islington, London, England, 1857-1867, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9895 Marine chronometer, No 220, wood / metal / glass / [bone / ivory], made by E J Dent, London, England, 1828-1846, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia H9895 Marine chronometer, No 220, wood / metal / glass / [bone / ivory], made by E J Dent, London, England, 1828-1846, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia


H8454 Marine chronometer, wood / metal / glass / bone, made by Parkinson and Frodsham, Change Alley, London, England, 1805 H8454 Marine chronometer, wood / metal / glass / bone, made by Parkinson and Frodsham, Change Alley, London, England, 1805


H6928 Marine chronometer, No 891, wood / metal / glass / textile, made by Gerard Hornby and Son, Liverpool, England, 1795-1805 H6928 Marine chronometer, No 891, wood / metal / glass / textile, made by Gerard Hornby and Son, Liverpool, England, 1795-1805


H9926 Box chronometer, No. 3856, wood / metal / glass, manufactured by John Poole, London, England, 1865-1867, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9926 Box chronometer, No. 3856, wood / metal / glass, manufactured by John Poole, London, England, 1865-1867, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H8453 Marine chronometer, wood / metal / glass / bone, made by Parkinson and Frodsham, Change Alley, London, England, 1830 H8453 Marine chronometer, wood / metal / glass / bone, made by Parkinson and Frodsham, Change Alley, London, England, 1830


H8452 Marine chronometer, wood / metal / glass / [bone /ivory], made by Reid and Sons, Newcastle, England, 1870-1880 H8452 Marine chronometer, wood / metal / glass / [bone /ivory], made by Reid and Sons, Newcastle, England, 1870-1880


H3837 Marine chronometer, no 2025, wood / metal / glass / [bone /ivory], made by Widenham and Adams, London, England, 1815-1825 H3837 Marine chronometer, no 2025, wood / metal / glass / [bone /ivory], made by Widenham and Adams, London, England, 1815-1825


H10403 Measure in storage box, three foot standard measure line bar, metal / wood / textile, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1867, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1867-1870 H10403 Measure in storage box, three foot standard measure line bar, metal / wood / textile, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1867, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1867-1870


H10040 Spherometer in box, metal / wood, maker unknown, [England], 1917-1941, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney New South Wales, Australia H10040 Spherometer in box, metal / wood, maker unknown, [England], 1917-1941, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney New South Wales, Australia


89/1364 Spectrum scanner, used at Mt Stromlo Observatory by Dr Alex Rodgers, wood/glass/metal, Australia, 1964-1965 89/1364 Spectrum scanner, used at Mt Stromlo Observatory by Dr Alex Rodgers, wood/glass/metal, Australia, 1964-1965


H10140 Optical instrument, for measurement of astronomical photograph plates, metal / glass / wood, used at Sydney Observatory, designed by H H Turner, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1892-1915 H10140 Optical instrument, for measurement of astronomical photograph plates, metal / glass / wood, used at Sydney Observatory, designed by H H Turner, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1892-1915


H10183 Optical instrument, for measurement of astronomical photograph plates, metal / glass used at Sydney Observatory, made by H Yeates, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1940-1949 H10183 Optical instrument, for measurement of astronomical photograph plates, metal / glass used at Sydney Observatory, made by H Yeates, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1940-1949


H10139 Optical instrument, for measurement of astronomical photographs, metal / glass / wood, used at Sydney Observatory, designed by H H Turner, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1892 - 1915 H10139 Optical instrument, for measurement of astronomical photographs, metal / glass / wood, used at Sydney Observatory, designed by H H Turner, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1892 - 1915


H10028 Surveying instrument, folding arm protractor in case, brass / glass / wood / textile, made by Edward Esdaile, Sydney, New South Wales, 1919-1941, used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1919-1958 H10028 Surveying instrument, folding arm protractor in case, brass / glass / wood / textile, made by Edward Esdaile, Sydney, New South Wales, 1919-1941, used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1919-1958


90/318 Medallion and case, awarded to Henry Chamberlain Russell by Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales, bronze / leather / fabric, made by Hardy Brothers, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1872 90/318 Medallion and case, awarded to Henry Chamberlain Russell by Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales, bronze / leather / fabric, made by Hardy Brothers, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1872


P3330 Portrait photograph and medallion, "J. Dunlop", astronomer at Parramatta Observatory, paper/ emulsion/ glass/ wood/ metal, used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1828 P3330 Portrait photograph and medallion, "J. Dunlop", astronomer at Parramatta Observatory, paper/ emulsion/ glass/ wood/ metal, used at Sydney Observatory, Australia, 1828


2004/126/1 Medallion and case, awarded to Henry Chamberlain Russell by Agricultural Society of New South Wales, bronze / leather / fabric / wood, made by Hardy Brothers, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1873 2004/126/1 Medallion and case, awarded to Henry Chamberlain Russell by Agricultural Society of New South Wales, bronze / leather / fabric / wood, made by Hardy Brothers, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1873


91/221 Medal in case, awarded to Henry Chamberlain Russell by Centennial International Exhibition, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1888, silver / leatherette / fabric, made by Stokes and Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1888 91/221 Medal in case, awarded to Henry Chamberlain Russell by Centennial International Exhibition, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1888, silver / leatherette / fabric, made by Stokes and Sons Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1888


96/203/3 Medal, Astronomical Society Prize, gold, George Mills, England, 1824 96/203/3 Medal, Astronomical Society Prize, gold, George Mills, England, 1824


2008/109/1 Medal, David Malin Award, with case, copper / felt / plastic / cardboard, made by G A Miller Metal Industries, Rydalmere, New South Wales, Australia, awarded to Geoffrey Wyatt, Parkes, New South Wales, Australia, 2004 2008/109/1 Medal, David Malin Award, with case, copper / felt / plastic / cardboard, made by G A Miller Metal Industries, Rydalmere, New South Wales, Australia, awarded to Geoffrey Wyatt, Parkes, New South Wales, Australia, 2004


H10277 Meteorite fragment, olivine enstatite chondrite, Lake Labyrinth, South Australia, Australia, used at Sydney Obsevatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1924 H10277 Meteorite fragment, olivine enstatite chondrite, Lake Labyrinth, South Australia, Australia, used at Sydney Obsevatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1924


H10279 Meteorite fragments (11), from the Henbury meteorite craters, iron/silica/unidentified rock, used at Sydney Observatory, Henbury, Northern Territory H10279 Meteorite fragments (11), from the Henbury meteorite craters, iron/silica/unidentified rock, used at Sydney Observatory, Henbury, Northern Territory


H10279-4 Meteor fragment, iron / silica / unidentified rock, collector unknown, Henbury Craters, Australia, date unknown H10279-4 Meteor fragment, iron / silica / unidentified rock, collector unknown, Henbury Craters, Australia, date unknown


H10278 Meteorite, Gilgoin Stone, bronzite / chondrite, collector unknown, Brewarrina, New South Wales, Australia, 1889-1982 H10278 Meteorite, Gilgoin Stone, bronzite / chondrite, collector unknown, Brewarrina, New South Wales, Australia, 1889-1982


H10008 Astronomical micrometer, double filar, with eyepiece in storage box, brass / glass / wood / textile, made by Ross and Co, London, England, 1875-1885, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, [1880-1940] H10008 Astronomical micrometer, double filar, with eyepiece in storage box, brass / glass / wood / textile, made by Ross and Co, London, England, 1875-1885, used at Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, [1880-1940]


H10007 Astronomical instrument, filar telescope micrometer in storage box with accessories, metal / glass / wood / Bakelite, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Hugo Schroeder and Harley Wood, Hamburg, Germany and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1874- H10007 Astronomical instrument, filar telescope micrometer in storage box with accessories, metal / glass / wood / Bakelite, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Hugo Schroeder and Harley Wood, Hamburg, Germany and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1874-


H9987 Astronomical measuring instrument, filar telescope micrometer, brass / glass, made by Ross and Dollond & Sons, London, England, 1900-1930, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1926-1944 H9987 Astronomical measuring instrument, filar telescope micrometer, brass / glass, made by Ross and Dollond & Sons, London, England, 1900-1930, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1926-1944


H10006 Astronomical instrument, filar telescope micrometer, brass / glass, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Merz and Sons, Germany, 1860-1878 H10006 Astronomical instrument, filar telescope micrometer, brass / glass, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Merz and Sons, Germany, 1860-1878


H10009 Divided object-glass micrometer, on stand, glass / wood / metal, maker unknown, [Australia], [1870-1880], used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1870-1910] H10009 Divided object-glass micrometer, on stand, glass / wood / metal, maker unknown, [Australia], [1870-1880], used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1870-1910]


H9985 Micrometer, two slide, in case, metal / glass / wood / fabric, maker unknown, [1900-1940], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1920-1941] H9985 Micrometer, two slide, in case, metal / glass / wood / fabric, maker unknown, [1900-1940], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1920-1941]


H9986 Micrometer, Thaeter impersonal telescope micrometer, metal / glass, [possibly made by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia], used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1920-1941 H9986 Micrometer, Thaeter impersonal telescope micrometer, metal / glass, [possibly made by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia], used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1920-1941


H9977 Micro-telescope, H9977 Micro-telescope, 'Davon', with case and accessories, metal / wood / glass, made by F Davidson and Company, London, England, 1914-1930, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1900-1940]


H9905 Microscope plate reader, binocular, with box and accessories, metal / glass / wood / felt, made by Nachet et Fils, Paris, France, and Flavelle Brothers, Sydney, Australia, [1917-1930], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1917-19 H9905 Microscope plate reader, binocular, with box and accessories, metal / glass / wood / felt, made by Nachet et Fils, Paris, France, and Flavelle Brothers, Sydney, Australia, [1917-1930], used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1917-19


H10060 Microscope plate reader in case, metal / glass / wood, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Dollond and Company, Ludgate Hill, London, England, 1890-1917 H10060 Microscope plate reader in case, metal / glass / wood, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Dollond and Company, Ludgate Hill, London, England, 1890-1917


K969 Millionaire mechanical calculator, serial no 1829, designed by Otto Steiger, Munich, Germany, 1895, made by Hans W Egli, Zurich, Switzerland, 1905-1915, used at Melbourne Observatory Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New K969 Millionaire mechanical calculator, serial no 1829, designed by Otto Steiger, Munich, Germany, 1895, made by Hans W Egli, Zurich, Switzerland, 1905-1915, used at Melbourne Observatory Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New


H10259 Astronomical equipment, speculum mirror for reflecting telescope, copper / tin / glass / wood, made by Sir William Herschel, England, 1773-1822 H10259 Astronomical equipment, speculum mirror for reflecting telescope, copper / tin / glass / wood, made by Sir William Herschel, England, 1773-1822


2005/124/7 Newspaper clipping, 2005/124/7 Newspaper clipping, 'Star camera at Goondiwindi', paper, used by James Short, Goondiwindi, Queensland, Australia, 1922


N21440-7 Letterpress and photo-mechanical print, obituary of Henry Chamberlain Russell, paper / ink, printed by Daily Telegraph, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 23 February 1907 N21440-7 Letterpress and photo-mechanical print, obituary of Henry Chamberlain Russell, paper / ink, printed by Daily Telegraph, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 23 February 1907


86/368 Sign, "Sydney Observatory Office & Tradesmen", brass, Australia, 1858-1960 86/368 Sign, "Sydney Observatory Office & Tradesmen", brass, Australia, 1858-1960


H10063 Measuring instrument, scaleometer, microscopic, in case, metal / glass / leather, maker unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1917-1940] H10063 Measuring instrument, scaleometer, microscopic, in case, metal / glass / leather, maker unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1917-1940]


H10033 Optical equipment in storage box, diffraction grating, glass / leatherette / metal / fabric, designed by Henry Augustus Rowland, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America, 1882, made by Thomas Thorp, London, England, 1905-1915, used by Sydney O H10033 Optical equipment in storage box, diffraction grating, glass / leatherette / metal / fabric, designed by Henry Augustus Rowland, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America, 1882, made by Thomas Thorp, London, England, 1905-1915, used by Sydney O


H10026 Optical equipment, polarizing eyepiece, metal / glass, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, [1890-1920], used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920] H10026 Optical equipment, polarizing eyepiece, metal / glass, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, [1890-1920], used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920]


H10066 Optical instrument, for measurement of astronomical photograph plates, metal / glass / wood / plastic, used at Melbourne Observatory and Sydney Observatory, made by Repsold and Son, Hamburg, Germany, 1900-1902 H10066 Optical instrument, for measurement of astronomical photograph plates, metal / glass / wood / plastic, used at Melbourne Observatory and Sydney Observatory, made by Repsold and Son, Hamburg, Germany, 1900-1902


86/60 Orrery and stand, for use in a library, brass/wood, France, 1846-1899 86/60 Orrery and stand, for use in a library, brass/wood, France, 1846-1899


H1700-2  Orrery, brass & ivory, W.Harris & Co, England, 1789-c.1805 H1700-2 Orrery, brass & ivory, W.Harris & Co, England, 1789-c.1805


H5097 Planetarium, mixed media, Spitz Laboratories, USA, 1950


2000/65/1 Framed portrait of Dr Harley Wood, [oil on canvas], made by George A Daniel, Australia, 1965 2000/65/1 Framed portrait of Dr Harley Wood, [oil on canvas], made by George A Daniel, Australia, 1965


2005/124/2 Photograph album, paper / leather, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890 -1922 2005/124/2 Photograph album, paper / leather, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890 -1922


90/134 Photograph album containing photographic prints, leather/ paper/ gold lettering, belonging to Jane Foss Russell, Sydney Observatory, Sydney, Australia, 1888


H9980 Optical instrument, photographic micrometer, metal / glass / wood, used by Sydney Observatory, made by Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, Australia, [1890-1917] H9980 Optical instrument, photographic micrometer, metal / glass / wood, used by Sydney Observatory, made by Sydney Observatory, Observatory Hill, Sydney, Australia, [1890-1917]


H10029 Photographic plate holders (2), metal, used at and made by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, date unknown H10029 Photographic plate holders (2), metal, used at and made by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, date unknown


H9958 Photographic plate illuminator, wood / glass / metal / paper, made by staff of the Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1920-1940, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9958 Photographic plate illuminator, wood / glass / metal / paper, made by staff of the Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1920-1940, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


95/213/1 Photographic prints (2), framed, commemorating Parramatta Observatory, paper, maker unknown, Australia, 1920-1930


95/315/1 Photograph, colour, framed, 'USAF LUNAR WALL MOSAIC', paper, Aeronautical Chart and Information Center[sic], United States Air-Force, St Louis, Missouri, United States, 1963


P118 Photographic print, albumen, Sydney Observatory, 1883


P2903-9/113 Photographic print, black & white, Sydney Observatory, east face, James Whitelock photographer, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c1965


P3549-3 Photographic print, Troughton and Simms transit telescope Sydney Observatory, paper / possibly platinum photographic emulsion, photographer unknown, Sydney, Australia, 1890-1920, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia P3549-3 Photographic print, Troughton and Simms transit telescope Sydney Observatory, paper / possibly platinum photographic emulsion, photographer unknown, Sydney, Australia, 1890-1920, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


P3549 Photographs, paintings and prints (296), paper / wood / glass / metal, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1870-1979 P3549 Photographs, paintings and prints (296), paper / wood / glass / metal, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1870-1979


P3549-174 Photographic print, mounted on card, amateur astronomers  W J Macdonnell, Mrs Macdonnell, G D Hirst, N J Basnett near Gardenol Observatory, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used by Sydney Observatory, Mosman, New South Wales, 1907 P3549-174 Photographic print, mounted on card, amateur astronomers W J Macdonnell, Mrs Macdonnell, G D Hirst, N J Basnett near Gardenol Observatory, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used by Sydney Observatory, Mosman, New South Wales, 1907


P3549-167 Photographic print, C J Merfield in private observatory, paper / silver / albumen, used by Sydney Observatory, photographed by Frank Worfold, Kempsey, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1900 P3549-167 Photographic print, C J Merfield in private observatory, paper / silver / albumen, used by Sydney Observatory, photographed by Frank Worfold, Kempsey, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1900


P3549-168 Photographic print, C. J. Merfield P3549-168 Photographic print, C. J. Merfield's observatory, paper / albumen / silver used by Sydney Observatory, photographed by Frank Worfold, Kempsey, Port Macquaire, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1900


P3549-184 Photographic print, eclipse expedition camp at Bruny Island, paper / silver gelatin, photographer C. J. Merfield, used by Sydney Observatory, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, 9 May, 1910 P3549-184 Photographic print, eclipse expedition camp at Bruny Island, paper / silver gelatin, photographer C. J. Merfield, used by Sydney Observatory, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, 9 May, 1910


P3549-185 Photographic print, eclipse expedition camp at Bruny Island, paper / silver gelatin, photographer C. J. Merfield, used by Sydney Observatory, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, 9 May, 1910 P3549-185 Photographic print, eclipse expedition camp at Bruny Island, paper / silver gelatin, photographer C. J. Merfield, used by Sydney Observatory, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, 9 May, 1910


P3549-183 Photographic print, Greenwich Coronagraph at Bruny Island, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used by Sydney Observatory, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, 9 May, 1910 P3549-183 Photographic print, Greenwich Coronagraph at Bruny Island, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used by Sydney Observatory, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, 9 May, 1910


P3549-200 Photographic print, Lick eclipse expedition erecting astrograph, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, September, 1922 P3549-200 Photographic print, Lick eclipse expedition erecting astrograph, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, September, 1922


P3549-176 Photographic print, interior of the Gardenol Observatory, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at the Sydney Observatory, Mosman, New South Wales, 16 July 1908 P3549-176 Photographic print, interior of the Gardenol Observatory, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at the Sydney Observatory, Mosman, New South Wales, 16 July 1908


P3549-197 Photographic print, Lick eclipse expedition erecting astrograph, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, September, 1922 P3549-197 Photographic print, Lick eclipse expedition erecting astrograph, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, September, 1922


P3549-198 Photographic print, Lick eclipse expedition erecting astrograph, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, September, 1922 P3549-198 Photographic print, Lick eclipse expedition erecting astrograph, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, September, 1922


P3549-203 Photographic print, Lick Observatory eclipse expedition, 1.52 metre (5 foot) Einstein camera, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-203 Photographic print, Lick Observatory eclipse expedition, 1.52 metre (5 foot) Einstein camera, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


P3549-202 Photographic print, Lick Observatory eclipse expedition, Dr. Trumper and the 4.57 metre (15 foot) Einstein camera, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-202 Photographic print, Lick Observatory eclipse expedition, Dr. Trumper and the 4.57 metre (15 foot) Einstein camera, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


P3549-201 Photographic print, Lick Observatory eclipse expedition, the polar axis with spectrographs and Floyd telescope, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-201 Photographic print, Lick Observatory eclipse expedition, the polar axis with spectrographs and Floyd telescope, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


2005/124/1 Photographic prints (61), paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1922 2005/124/1 Photographic prints (61), paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1922


P3549-209 Photographic print, mounted on card, 9-inch (22.9 cm) Oddie telescope, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used by Sydney Observatory, Mt  Stromlo, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 1920-1930 P3549-209 Photographic print, mounted on card, 9-inch (22.9 cm) Oddie telescope, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used by Sydney Observatory, Mt Stromlo, Australian Capital Territory, Australia, 1920-1930


P3549-205 Photographic print, Perth Observatory eclipse expedition and meridian reflecting telescope, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-205 Photographic print, Perth Observatory eclipse expedition and meridian reflecting telescope, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


P3549-206 Photographic print, Perth Observatory eclipse expedition, meridian telescope being set up, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-206 Photographic print, Perth Observatory eclipse expedition, meridian telescope being set up, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


P3549-207 Photographic print, Perth Observatory eclipse expedition, meridian reflecting telescope , paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-207 Photographic print, Perth Observatory eclipse expedition, meridian reflecting telescope , paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


P3549-204 Photographic print, Perth Observatory eclipse expedition, meridian reflecting telescope and aeroplane cameras, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-204 Photographic print, Perth Observatory eclipse expedition, meridian reflecting telescope and aeroplane cameras, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


P3549-89 Photographic print, stereoscopic, the Observatory Advisory Board at Mt Wilson, silver gelatin emulsion / cardboard, used by Sydney Observatory, Mount Wilson, New South Wales, Australia, 18 May 1907 P3549-89 Photographic print, stereoscopic, the Observatory Advisory Board at Mt Wilson, silver gelatin emulsion / cardboard, used by Sydney Observatory, Mount Wilson, New South Wales, Australia, 18 May 1907


P3549-90 Photographic print, stereoscopic, the Observatory Advisory Board at Mt Wilson, silver gelatin emulsion / cardboard, used by Sydney Observatory, Mount Wilson, New South Wales, Australia, May 1907 P3549-90 Photographic print, stereoscopic, the Observatory Advisory Board at Mt Wilson, silver gelatin emulsion / cardboard, used by Sydney Observatory, Mount Wilson, New South Wales, Australia, May 1907


P3549-91 Photographic print, stereoscopic, the Observatory Advisory Board at Mt Wilson, silver gelatin emulsion / cardboard, used by Sydney Observatory, photograph by J. Brooks, Mount Canobolas, New South Wales, Australia, 20 May 1907 P3549-91 Photographic print, stereoscopic, the Observatory Advisory Board at Mt Wilson, silver gelatin emulsion / cardboard, used by Sydney Observatory, photograph by J. Brooks, Mount Canobolas, New South Wales, Australia, 20 May 1907


P3549-92 Photographic print, stereoscopic, the Observatory Advisory Board at Mt Canobolas, silver gelatin emulsion / cardboard, used by Sydney Observatory, photograph by J. Brooks, Mount Wilson, New South Wales, Australia, 20 May 1907 P3549-92 Photographic print, stereoscopic, the Observatory Advisory Board at Mt Canobolas, silver gelatin emulsion / cardboard, used by Sydney Observatory, photograph by J. Brooks, Mount Wilson, New South Wales, Australia, 20 May 1907


P3549-179 Photographic print, W. J. Macdonnell and G. D. Hirst with equatorial telescope, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at the Sydney Observatory, Mosman, New South Wales, 1905-1915 P3549-179 Photographic print, W. J. Macdonnell and G. D. Hirst with equatorial telescope, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at the Sydney Observatory, Mosman, New South Wales, 1905-1915


P3549-175 Photographic print, W. J. Macdonnell at the Gardenol Observatory, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at the Sydney Observatory, Mosman, New South Wales, 15 December 1907 P3549-175 Photographic print, W. J. Macdonnell at the Gardenol Observatory, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at the Sydney Observatory, Mosman, New South Wales, 15 December 1907


P3549-169 Photographic print, William John Macdonnell P3549-169 Photographic print, William John Macdonnell's 18 inch transit telescope made by Clark, paper / albumen / silver, used by Sydney Observatory, Port Macquarie, 1880-1900


P3549-199 Photographic print, Wollal eclipse expedition scientist and eclipse instrument, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922 P3549-199 Photographic print, Wollal eclipse expedition scientist and eclipse instrument, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 1922


P3549-193 Photographic print, Wollal eclipse expedition unloading boat, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 30 August - 1 September, 1922 P3549-193 Photographic print, Wollal eclipse expedition unloading boat, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 30 August - 1 September, 1922


P3549-194 Photographic print, Wollal eclipse expedition unloading equipment, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 30 August - 1 September, 1922 P3549-194 Photographic print, Wollal eclipse expedition unloading equipment, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 30 August - 1 September, 1922


P3549-195 Photographic print, Wollal eclipse expedition unloading equipment, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 30 August - 1 September , 1922 P3549-195 Photographic print, Wollal eclipse expedition unloading equipment, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Wollal, Western Australia, 30 August - 1 September , 1922


H10211 Telescope, photoheliograph, metal / glass, designed by Janssen and De La Rue, made by J H Dallmeyer, London, England, 1873-1874, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H10211 Telescope, photoheliograph, metal / glass, designed by Janssen and De La Rue, made by J H Dallmeyer, London, England, 1873-1874, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


94/182/1 Photolithograph, 'Sydney Observatory', paper, Phillip-Stephan Photo-litho & Typographic Process Company, Australia, 1880-1900


89/1363 Photometer head, used at Mt Stromlo Observatory, wood/metal/glass, H.L. Johnson/ Ben Gascoigne, Australia, [1957] 89/1363 Photometer head, used at Mt Stromlo Observatory, wood/metal/glass, H.L. Johnson/ Ben Gascoigne, Australia, [1957]


H10379 Janssen photographic plate and metal ring in storage box, for use with photoheliograph and Janssen H10379 Janssen photographic plate and metal ring in storage box, for use with photoheliograph and Janssen's apparatus, glass / metal / wood, maker unknown, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1874


H10019 Pocket watch in case, metal / glass / wood / leather / fabric, made or retailed by F Allerding and Son, London, England and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1879-1920, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H10019 Pocket watch in case, metal / glass / wood / leather / fabric, made or retailed by F Allerding and Son, London, England and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1879-1920, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


89/1360 Polarimeter / photometer in case and technical drawing, from Mt Stromlo Observatory, wood / metal / glass / plastic / paper, S.C.B. (Ben) Gascoigne, Australia, 1963 89/1360 Polarimeter / photometer in case and technical drawing, from Mt Stromlo Observatory, wood / metal / glass / plastic / paper, S.C.B. (Ben) Gascoigne, Australia, 1963


H10186 Portrait lens, 6-inch and accessories, brass / glass / wood / leather, made by J H Dallmeyer, London, England, 1880-1890, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H10186 Portrait lens, 6-inch and accessories, brass / glass / wood / leather, made by J H Dallmeyer, London, England, 1880-1890, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


P3335 Portrait photograph, "J. Nangle, 1926-1941, Government Astronomer at the Sydney Observatory, paper/emulsion/glass/wood, Australia P3335 Portrait photograph, "J. Nangle, 1926-1941, Government Astronomer at the Sydney Observatory, paper/emulsion/glass/wood, Australia


P3336 Portrait photograph, "Harley Wood/ 1943-1974", Government Astronomer at the Sydney Observatory, paper/emulsion/wood/glass, Australia, 1959 P3336 Portrait photograph, "Harley Wood/ 1943-1974", Government Astronomer at the Sydney Observatory, paper/emulsion/wood/glass, Australia, 1959


P3337 Portrait photograph, framed, of W H Robertson, Government Astronomer 1975-1982, paper/emulsion/glass/wood, Australia


P3334 Photographic print, framed portrait of William Ernest Cooke Government Astronomer at Sydney Observatory 1912-1926, paper / silver gelatin emulsion / glass / wood, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, used at Sydney Observatory, P3334 Photographic print, framed portrait of William Ernest Cooke Government Astronomer at Sydney Observatory 1912-1926, paper / silver gelatin emulsion / glass / wood, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, used at Sydney Observatory,


P3332 Photographic print, framed, portrait of Henry Chamberlain Russell taken in 1898, paper / silver gelatin / wood / glass, photographer J. Hubert Newman, Sydney, Australia, 1898-1920 P3332 Photographic print, framed, portrait of Henry Chamberlain Russell taken in 1898, paper / silver gelatin / wood / glass, photographer J. Hubert Newman, Sydney, Australia, 1898-1920


P3333 Retouched photographic print, framed, portrait of Henry Alfred Lenehan Government Astronomer at Sydney Observatory 1907-1908, paper / silver gelatin emulsion / glass / wood / conté crayon, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 18 P3333 Retouched photographic print, framed, portrait of Henry Alfred Lenehan Government Astronomer at Sydney Observatory 1907-1908, paper / silver gelatin emulsion / glass / wood / conté crayon, photographer unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 18


P3331 Retouched photographic print, framed, portrait of William Scott first Government Astronomer at Sydney Observatory, paper / silver gelatin / conté crayon / wood / glass, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1917, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New S P3331 Retouched photographic print, framed, portrait of William Scott first Government Astronomer at Sydney Observatory, paper / silver gelatin / conté crayon / wood / glass, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1917, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New S


P3549-186 Photographic postcard, eclipse expedition camp,  paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, addressed from C. J. Merfield to W. J. Macdonnell, used at Sydney Observatory, Bruny Island, Tasmania, May 1910 P3549-186 Photographic postcard, eclipse expedition camp, paper / silver gelatin, photographer unknown, addressed from C. J. Merfield to W. J. Macdonnell, used at Sydney Observatory, Bruny Island, Tasmania, May 1910


2005/124/3 Book and diagram, 2005/124/3 Book and diagram, 'The Star Camera', paper, used by James Short, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1892


H10012 Sidereal regulator clock, Shortt Number 49, master and slave units, glass / metal / wood / wire / paper, designed by William H Shortt, made by the Synchronome Company Limited, London, England, 1931-1942, used at the Greenwich Observatory, London, E H10012 Sidereal regulator clock, Shortt Number 49, master and slave units, glass / metal / wood / wire / paper, designed by William H Shortt, made by the Synchronome Company Limited, London, England, 1931-1942, used at the Greenwich Observatory, London, E


H10010 Sidereal regulator clock, Shortt H10010 Sidereal regulator clock, Shortt 'No. 8', master and slave units, metal / glass / wood, designed by W. H. Shortt, manufactured by the Synchronome Company Ltd, 32 and 34 Clerkenwell Rd, London, England, 1925-1927, used at the Sydney Observatory, Obs


H9890 Regulator clock, Breguet mean-time regulator clock, metal / wood / paper, made by Breguet and Sons, Paris, France, 1818, used at the Parramatta and Sydney Observatory H9890 Regulator clock, Breguet mean-time regulator clock, metal / wood / paper, made by Breguet and Sons, Paris, France, 1818, used at the Parramatta and Sydney Observatory's, Parramatta and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9903 Sidereal regulator clock, wood / metal / glass, made by Charles Frodsham, London, England, 1835-1885, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9903 Sidereal regulator clock, wood / metal / glass, made by Charles Frodsham, London, England, 1835-1885, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9889 Regulator clock, sidereal-time, wood / metal / glass, made by William Hardy, London, England, 1808-1810, used at the Parramatta and Sydney Observatories, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1821-1980 H9889 Regulator clock, sidereal-time, wood / metal / glass, made by William Hardy, London, England, 1808-1810, used at the Parramatta and Sydney Observatories, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1821-1980


H9892 Repeating circle, 16 inch, brass / glass, made by Reichenbach, Utzschneider and Liebherr, Munich, Germany, 1804-14, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory H9892 Repeating circle, 16 inch, brass / glass, made by Reichenbach, Utzschneider and Liebherr, Munich, Germany, 1804-14, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory


H10373 Reseau printer, photographic dark slide and reseau for astronomical photographs, glass / metal / wood / leather, used at the Sydney and Melbourne Observatory, 1885-1915 H10373 Reseau printer, photographic dark slide and reseau for astronomical photographs, glass / metal / wood / leather, used at the Sydney and Melbourne Observatory, 1885-1915


H10271 Reseau plate for measuring astronomical photographs, glass / silver / wood, used at the Sydney and Melbourne Observatory, made by P Gautier, France, 1887-1891 H10271 Reseau plate for measuring astronomical photographs, glass / silver / wood, used at the Sydney and Melbourne Observatory, made by P Gautier, France, 1887-1891


H10270 Optical equipment, 15 Reseaux plates for measuring astronomical photographs, glass / silver / asphalt / wood / textile, used at the Sydney and Melbourne Observatories, made by P Gautier and Melbourne Observatory, France and Melbourne, Victoria, Aus H10270 Optical equipment, 15 Reseaux plates for measuring astronomical photographs, glass / silver / asphalt / wood / textile, used at the Sydney and Melbourne Observatories, made by P Gautier and Melbourne Observatory, France and Melbourne, Victoria, Aus


H10272 Reseau in case, glass / metal / leather / textile, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Hilger and Watts Limited, London, England, 1952 H10272 Reseau in case, glass / metal / leather / textile, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Hilger and Watts Limited, London, England, 1952


H10505 Slide rules (2), azimuth and collimation scales, brass, made by Angelo Tornaghi, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1876, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1876-1914 H10505 Slide rules (2), azimuth and collimation scales, brass, made by Angelo Tornaghi, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1876, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1876-1914


2010/24/1 Collection of archaeological finds (279), from the Sydney Observatory, brick / coal / bone / marbles / cast-iron / kaolin / iron / shell / glass / ceramic / brass / clay / plastic, made in England, United States of America, France and Australia, 2010/24/1 Collection of archaeological finds (279), from the Sydney Observatory, brick / coal / bone / marbles / cast-iron / kaolin / iron / shell / glass / ceramic / brass / clay / plastic, made in England, United States of America, France and Australia,


H9955 Optical equipment, stellar spectrograph and accessories, brass / glass / wood / paper, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Adam Hilger Limited, London, England 1915 H9955 Optical equipment, stellar spectrograph and accessories, brass / glass / wood / paper, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Adam Hilger Limited, London, England 1915


H9974 Spectroscope, multi-prism, metal / glass / tin / wood, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Adam Hilger Limited, London, England, 1876 H9974 Spectroscope, multi-prism, metal / glass / tin / wood, used at Sydney Observatory, made by Adam Hilger Limited, London, England, 1876


H10031 Spectroscope, McClean type, in case, glass / metal / leather, made by W Watson and Sons Limited, London, England, 1908-1917, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1908-1930] H10031 Spectroscope, McClean type, in case, glass / metal / leather, made by W Watson and Sons Limited, London, England, 1908-1917, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1908-1930]


H10032 Spectroscope eyepiece in storage box, metal / glass / wood / leather / velvet, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, 1917-1941, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1917-1941 H10032 Spectroscope eyepiece in storage box, metal / glass / wood / leather / velvet, made by Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany, 1917-1941, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1917-1941


H9928 Surveying instruments, protractors (2) and case, metal / wood / textile, made by Elliott Brothers and Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1853-1873, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1917 H9928 Surveying instruments, protractors (2) and case, metal / wood / textile, made by Elliott Brothers and Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1853-1873, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1917


99/57/1 Telescope mount, metal, designed by Henry Chamberlain Russell, Australia, 1878-1880 99/57/1 Telescope mount, metal, designed by Henry Chamberlain Russell, Australia, 1878-1880


89/1365 Telescope, stereoscopic, metal/glass, Commonwealth Solar Observatory, Australia, 1943 89/1365 Telescope, stereoscopic, metal/glass, Commonwealth Solar Observatory, Australia, 1943


H9820 Telescope, and accessories, equatorial mounted refractor telescope, brass/glass/wood, Horne, Thornthwaite & Wood (and others), London, England, [1875-1900] H9820 Telescope, and accessories, equatorial mounted refractor telescope, brass/glass/wood, Horne, Thornthwaite & Wood (and others), London, England, [1875-1900]


H9888 Telescope, 3 1/4 inch refracting telescope, brass / glass / wood / paper, made by Banks, London, England, 1811-1821, used at Parramatta Observatory and Sydney Observatory H9888 Telescope, 3 1/4 inch refracting telescope, brass / glass / wood / paper, made by Banks, London, England, 1811-1821, used at Parramatta Observatory and Sydney Observatory


H9899 Telescope, 6 inch refracting transit telescope, brass / glass / wood, made by Troughton and Simms, London, 1875-1877, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9899 Telescope, 6 inch refracting transit telescope, brass / glass / wood, made by Troughton and Simms, London, 1875-1877, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9887 Telescope, 6-inch equatorial refractor telescope, iron / brass / glass, made by Sir Howard Grubb, Dublin, Ireland, 1880-1882, used at north dome Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9887 Telescope, 6-inch equatorial refractor telescope, iron / brass / glass, made by Sir Howard Grubb, Dublin, Ireland, 1880-1882, used at north dome Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H9891 Telescope, 3 3/4 inch transit telescope, brass / glass / wood, made by Edward Troughton, London, England, 1800-1821, used by Parramatta Observatory, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia H9891 Telescope, 3 3/4 inch transit telescope, brass / glass / wood, made by Edward Troughton, London, England, 1800-1821, used by Parramatta Observatory, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia


H9886 Telescope, 11.4 inch equatorial refracting telescope, brass / glass, made by Hugo Schroeder, Hamburg, Germany, 1874, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia H9886 Telescope, 11.4 inch equatorial refracting telescope, brass / glass, made by Hugo Schroeder, Hamburg, Germany, 1874, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


H10374 Guiding telescope with Merz lens, metal / glass, used at Sydney Observatory, maker unknown, Sydney, Australia, 1888-1890 H10374 Guiding telescope with Merz lens, metal / glass, used at Sydney Observatory, maker unknown, Sydney, Australia, 1888-1890


H10307 Telescope, zenith-sector telescope in wooden case, brass / glass / wood, maker unknown, 1827-1830, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia H10307 Telescope, zenith-sector telescope in wooden case, brass / glass / wood, maker unknown, 1827-1830, used at Parramatta and Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia


H9975 Telescope, 3 1/4" refractor with accessories in case, metal / glass / wood, made by J H Steward Ltd, London, England, 1856-1900, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1914 H9975 Telescope, 3 1/4" refractor with accessories in case, metal / glass / wood, made by J H Steward Ltd, London, England, 1856-1900, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1858-1914


H10257 Astronomical equipment, telescope, 3 3/6" refractor, metal / glass, maker unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, Australia, 1874-1890 H10257 Astronomical equipment, telescope, 3 3/6" refractor, metal / glass, maker unknown, used at Sydney Observatory, Sydney, Australia, 1874-1890


H10256 Telescope and tripod, 2" refractor, metal / glass / wood, made by W Ottway and Company Limited, Ealing, London, England, [1890-1920], used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920] H10256 Telescope and tripod, 2" refractor, metal / glass / wood, made by W Ottway and Company Limited, Ealing, London, England, [1890-1920], used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, [1890-1920]


H9917 Theodolite, 8" surveyor H9917 Theodolite, 8" surveyor's transit theodolite with carrying cases (2), metal / glass / wood / leather / textile, made by Troughton and Simms, London, England, 1855-1865, used at Sydney Observatory Red Hill Station, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-19


H10061 Transit theodolite with accessories and case, surveyors 5", metal / glass / wood, made by Troughton & Simms, London, England, 1860-1915, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1931 H10061 Transit theodolite with accessories and case, surveyors 5", metal / glass / wood, made by Troughton & Simms, London, England, 1860-1915, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1931


H10062 Transit theodolite with accessories and case, surveyors 6 inch, metal / glass / wood, made by Troughton & Simms, London, England, 1860-1915, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1931 H10062 Transit theodolite with accessories and case, surveyors 6 inch, metal / glass / wood, made by Troughton & Simms, London, England, 1860-1915, used at Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1890-1931


H10017 Kerosene testing thermometer in case, glass / mercury / wood, made by Flavelle Brothers, Australia, 1885-1900, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1885-1920 H10017 Kerosene testing thermometer in case, glass / mercury / wood, made by Flavelle Brothers, Australia, 1885-1900, used by Sydney Observatory, New South Wales, Australia, 1885-1920


97/129/2 Tripod, for use with Starmobi binoculars, wood/metal, [Carl Zeiss], [Germany], [1923-1924]


K963 Voltmeter, K963 Voltmeter, 'Megger' No 65237, wood / metal / leather / rubber / [plastic] / [bone], made by Evershed and Vignoles Limited, London, England, 1905-1915, used by Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


85/2361 Wall clock, Kilburg Geochron Clock, metal/glass/plastic/paper, Geochron Enterprises Inc., California, USA, 1985 85/2361 Wall clock, Kilburg Geochron Clock, metal/glass/plastic/paper, Geochron Enterprises Inc., California, USA, 1985