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Tycho Brahe's equatorial rings, from "Astronomiae Instauratae Mechanica." Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI2A-00059
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Tycho Brahe's quadrant. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI3A-00123
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Louis Pasteur's apparatus for pasteurization, which partly sterilizes milk. Woodcut
SCIN2A-00149
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Joseph Henry's signal telegraph apparatus, the first electromagnetic telegraph, 1832. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2P-00363
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Civil War medical kit used in field situations, Shiloh Battlefield. Photograph
PSCI2A-00073
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Greek astronomer Hipparchos mapping the stars over Alexandria, ancient Egypt. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI2A-00013
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Diagram of Joule's apparatus for studying heat. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI2A-00014
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Professor J. J. Thomson in his laboratory. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI2A-00047
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Professor Henri Becquerel in his laboratory. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
PSCI2A-00051
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Copernicus studying the night sky. Hand-colored halftone
PSCI2A-00069
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Thomas Edison, the "wizard of Menlo Park," in his New Jersey laboratory. Hand-colored woodcut
PSCI3A-00044
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Robert Hooke's microscope. Halftone of an engraving
PSCI3A-00194
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Otto von Guericke's air-pump invention, 1600s. Woodcut
PSCI3A-00215
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Napier's Bones, a calculating device for multiplication and division. Woodcut
SCIN2A-00031
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Use of an astrolabe to fix position, sighting on a building of known elevation, the way a ship's mast would be used at sea. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00040
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Taking sightings from the old observing-room at Greenwich, England. Hand-colored engraving
SCIN2A-00048
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Navigator finding his position by sighting with a backstaff. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00093
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Taking a navigational fix on the sun with a sextant. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
SCIN2A-00102
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Advertisement for a compound microscope, US, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00103
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Diagrams of Morse telegraph apparatus, key, and register. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00108
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Sailor sighting on a star with a quadrant for navigation. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2D-00015
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Surveyor's level from the 1700s, displayed during a reenactment at Yorktown battlefield, Colonial National Park. Digital photograph
SCIN2D-00016
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Surveyor's level from the 1700s, displayed during a reenactment at Yorktown battlefield, Colonial National Park. Digital photograph
SCIN2D-00017
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Surveyor's compass from the 1700s, displayed during a reenactment at Yorktown battlefield, Colonial National Park. Digital photograph
SCIN2S-00015
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Surveyor's level from the 1700s, displayed during a reenactment at Yorktown battlefield, Colonial National Park. Digital photograph
SCIN2S-00017
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Surveyor's compass from the 1700s, displayed during a reenactment at Yorktown battlefield, Colonial National Park. Digital photograph
SCIN2S-00102
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Compound microscope, US, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN3A-00170
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Orthodiagraph, a new invention for medical X-ray photography, 1904. Printed halftone
PSCI3A-00161
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Robert Boyle's air-pump. Woodcut
SCIN3A-00184
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Ether distilling apparatus, 1800s. Woodcut
SCIN3A-00149
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Joseph Henry's signal telegraph apparatus, the first electromagnetic telegraph, 1832. Woodcut
PREV2A-00091
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Franklin's leyden jar experiment proving that a spark generates heat. Hand-colored woodcut
PREV3A-00091
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Franklin's leyden jar experiment proving that a spark generates heat. Woodcut
PREV4C-09115
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Franklin's leyden jar experiment proving that a spark generates heat. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
SCIN3A-00171
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New X-ray technology used in an advertisement for Beacham's Pills, 1890s. Woodcut
SCIN3A-00173
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X-ray photograph of a frog, taken by M. Perrin in Paris, 1896. Woodcut of a photograph
SCIN3A-00172
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X-ray photograph of a living hand, taken by Roentgen's method in Hamburg, 1896. Halftone
PSCI2A-00005
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William Herschel and his sister Caroline at the telescope, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
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PSCI3A-00227
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David Rittenhouse with the first telescope in America. Steel engraving
BUSN2A-00076
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Optician's advertisement illustrated with Archimedes at a telescope, London, 1694. Hand-colored woodcut
SCIN2A-00163
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Saturn as observed by telescope in 1862 (top), November 1858, and March 1858 (bottom). Lithograph
SCIN2A-00179
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Harvard Astronomical Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1851. Hand-colored woodcut
USNM2D-00160
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Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope dishes spread across the high plains of New Mexico. Digital photograph
USNM2D-00161
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Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope dishes spread across the high plains of New Mexico. Digital photograph
USNM2D-00162
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Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope dishes spread across the high plains of New Mexico. Digital photograph
USNM2D-00163
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Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope dishes spread across the high plains of New Mexico. Digital photograph
USNM2D-00164
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Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope dishes spread across the high plains of New Mexico. Digital photograph
USNM2D-00165
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Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope dishes spread across the high plains of New Mexico. Digital photograph
USNM2D-00166
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Radio telescope dish listening to the sky among the Very Large Array (VLA) in New Mexico. Digital photograph
   

   

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