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Warner, Deborah Jean. Astronomical Highlights of the Collections of the National Museum of American History. Journal of the Antique Telescope Society #3 (1993) 4-11.

Warner, Deborah Jean. Brooks, William Robert. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

Warner, Deborah Jean. Lewis Rutherfurd. Technology & Culture 12 (1971) 180-216.

Warner, Deborah Jean. Optical Manufacturing in the United States. pp50-61. J. William Rosenthal. Spectacles and Other Vision Aids: a history and guide to collecting. Norman Publishing: San Francisco, 1996.

Warner, Deborah Jean. Optics in Philadelphia During the Nineteenth Century. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 129 (1985) 291-299.

Warner, Deborah Jean. Prices of Astronomical Apparatus in the 19th Century. Rittenhouse 5:2 (1991) 62-64.

Warner, Deborah Jean. Telescopes for Land and Sea. Rittenhouse 12:2 (1998) 33-54.

Warner, W.R. Progress in Astronomical Telescopes. Scientific American Supplement 29 (April 18, 1885) 7735-7736 (#485).

(Warner) Chant, C.A. Worcester Reed Warner. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 24 (Jan. 1930) 2-6.

(Warner) Mitman, Carl. Warner, Worcester Reed. Dictionary of American Biography, Dumas Malone, editor. N.Y.: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1936.

(Warner, Worcester Reed. 1846-1929.) Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 90 (Feb. 1930) 383-384.

(Warner observatory) History and work of the Warner observatory, Rochester, N.Y. 1883-1886. Rochester, N.Y.: Democrat and Chronicle Book and Job Print, 1887.

The Warner & Swasey Company, 1880-1930. Cleveland, W & S, 1930. 66pp.

(Warner & Swasey) Cooke, Frank. Optical History of a Machine Tool Builder. Applied Optics 3:12 (Dec. 1964) 1385-1386.

(Warner & Swasey) A Few Astronomical Instruments from the Works of Warner & Swasey. Cleveland: W & S, 1900.

(Warner & Swasey) Fisher, Clyde. Worcester Reed Warner, Astronomical Engineer. Popular Astronomy 38:5 (May 1930) 253-259.

(Warner & Swasey) Fortieth Anniversary Celebration. W & S, 1920. 60pp.

(Warner & Swasey) Instruments for Astronomical Observatories. Cleveland: W & S, n.d. 11pp.

(Warner & Swasey) Jennison, Ernest. The Story of Warner & Swasey Telescopes 1880-1951. Cleveland: Warner & Swasey, n.d. 1969? 70pp.

(Warner & Swasey) The New Mounting for the Naval Observatory Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 5 (March 1893) 113-114. (Scientific American March 25, 1893)

(Warner & Swasey) Payne, W.W. The Swasey Range Finder. Popular Astronomy 12 (1904) 450-453.

(Warner & Swasey) Pershey, Edward. The Early Telescope Work of Warner & Swasey. PhD Thesis, Case Western Reserve U., 1981. 271pp.

(Warner & Swasey) Pershey, Edward. The Early Telescopes of Warner & Swasey. Sky & Telescope 67 (April 1984) 309-311.

(Warner & Swasey) The 72-inch Reflecting Telescope. Cleveland: W & S, 1916. 30pp.

(Warner & Swasey) The Sixty-Inch Reflector for the Argentine National Observatory. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 35 (Feb. 1923) 50-54. (#203)

(Warner & Swasey) By Starlight and Moonlight with the Warner & Swasey Prism Terrestrial Telescope. Cleveland: W & S, 1909. 41pp.

(Warner & Swasey) The Warner & Swasey Prism Terrestrial Telescope. Cleveland: W & S, 1905; 3pp. 1909, 9pp.

(Washburn) Description of the Buildings & Instruments. Publications of the Washburn Observatory of the University of Wisconsin. Vol. 1. Madison: Washburn, 1882. (6 inch Pistor & Martins meridian transit instrument; 4 1/2 inch Clark / Repsold meridian circle; 15 1/2 inch Clark equatorial 1879; Clark micrometer with Burnham designed illuminator)

Waterhouse, J. The Early History of Telephotography. pp115-121, The Proceedings of the Optical Convention, Held at the Northampton Institute, London, E.C., May 30th to June 3rd, 1905. No. I, London, 1905. London: Norgate & Williams, 1905.

Watson, Fred. Stargazer: The Life and Times of the Telescope. Crows Nest: Allen & Unwin, 2004. (342pp.)

Watson, John. On a new Binocular Telescope. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 25 (Nov. 1864) 22.

Watt, James. Account of Micrometers for Measuring Distances. Edinburgh Philosophical Journal 2 (1820) 121-125.

Watterson, T.V. Palomar Pictorial. San Diego: Frye & Smith, 1948.

Watts, Raymond. Lincoln Laboratory's 48-Inch Reentry Telescope. Sky & Telescope 25:6 (June 1963) 330-331. (Wallops Island, Virginia. Perkin Elmer primary)

Wayman, Patrick. Dunsink Observatory, 1785-1985 - A Bicentennial History. Dublin: Royal Dublin Society, 1987.

Wayman, P.A. The Grubb Astrographic Telescopes, 1887-1896. pp139-142, Mapping the Sky: Past Heritage and Future Directions: Proceedings of the 133rd Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Paris, France, 1-5 June 1987. Ed. Suzanne Debarbat. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1988.

Wayman, P. A Novel Equatorial Mounting, Never Realised. Irish Astronomical Journal 24:1 (1997) 55-58.

Wayman, P.A. The South Telescope of Dunsink Observatory. Irish Astronomical Journal 8 (1968) 274-276.

Weale, Priestly & John. A Description of Astronomical Observatories in London and its Environs. 1851. Published by P & J Weale.

Webb, George E. Telescopes, from Galileo to Fraunhofer. pp511-519, John Lankford, ed, History of Astronomy - an Encyclopedia, N.Y.: Garland, 1997.

Webb, T.W. The Achromatic Telescope. Intellectual Observer 4 (1864) 452-457. 6 (1865) 260-262. 6 (1865) 451-455. 7 (1865) 179-186. (dialyte, fluid lens)

Webb, Thomas William. Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes. N.Y.: Dover, 1962. (1859; revised by T.E. Espin, 1917; revised by Margaret Mayall, 1962.) (pp1-32, The Instrument and the Observer. pp21-25, position micrometer.)

Webb, T.W. Notes on the Construction of Achromatic Object-Glasses. English Mechanic 13 (May 12, 1871) 169-170; (Sept. 1, 1871) 579-580.

Webb, T.W. Silvered Glass Specula. Intellectual Observer 3 (1863) 126-130.

Webb, T.W. Specula for Telescopes. Intellectual Observer 3 (1863) 213-217.

Wehinger, Peter A. and Orren C. Mohler. The New Michigan 52-inch Reflector. Sky & Telescope 41 (Feb. 1971) 72-75. (Tinsley / L & F Machine).

Weil, Hans and Helmut Baden. Schieck and the Beginnings of the German Microscope Industry. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society #18 (1988) 9-12. (Wisskemann, Mendelssohn, Pistor)

Weimer, Th. Une Instrument en Voie de Disparition: L'Equatorial Coude. Journal for the History of Astronomy 13:2 (1982) 110-118.

Wells, R.A. The "First" Newtonian. Sky & Telescope 42 (Dec. 1971) 342-344.

Welther, Barbara. The world's largest telescopes 1850-1950. ppA1-A6, Owen Gingerich, ed.; The General History of Astronomy, vol. 4A, Astrophysics & twentieth century astronomy to 1950; Cambridge: C.U.P., 1984.

Wenlock, J. On the Horizontal Photographic Telescope of Long Focus. Nature 12 (1875) 273-275. (Winlock)

Wenske, Kurt. Spiegeloptik, Entwurf und Herstellung astronomischer Spiegelsysteme. SuW Taschenbuch Nr. 7. Düsseldorf, 1991.

Werkmeister, P. Gustav Heyde. Zeitschrift fuer Instrumentkunde 46 (1926) 587.

Weymann, R.J. and N. P. Carleton. The Multiple-Mirror Telescope Project. Sky & Telescope 44 (Sept. 1972) 159-163.

Whitesell, Patricia. A Creation of His Own: Tappan's Detroit Observatory. Ann Arbor: U. Michigan, 1998.

(Wiesel) Keil, Inge. Technology transfer and scientific specialization: Johann Wiesel, optician of Augsburg, and the Hartlib circle. pp 268-78; M. Greengrass, et al, eds.; Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation; Cambridge: C.U.P., 1994.

(Wiesel) Rohr, Moritz von. Neue Kunde von der Entwicklung des Erdfernrohrs. Zeitschrift fuer Instrumentenkunde. 52 (1932) 517-522.

(Wildey) Daniels, Doug. Obituary: Henry Wildey, 1913-2003. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 114:1 (February 2004) 48.

Wilkins, H. Percy and Patrick Moore. Making and Using a Telescope. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1957.

Wilkinson, Ronald Sterne. John Winthrop, Jr., and America's First Telescopes. The New England Quarterly 35:4 (Dec. 1962) 520-523.

Willach, Rolf. The Development of Lens Grinding and Polishing Techniques in the First Half of the 17th Century. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 68 (2001) 10-15.

Willach, Rolf. The Development of Telescope Optics in the Middle of the Seventeenth Century. Annals of Science 58 (2001) 381-398.

Willach, Rolf. The Early History of the Achromatic Telescope Objective. Journal of the Antique Telescope Society #12 (1997) 4-13.

Willach, Rolf. The Heliometer: Instrument for Gauging Distance in Space. Journal of the Antique Telescope Society #26 (2004) 5-16.

Willach, Rolf. The Heliometer: Its development in the 18th and 19th century and its contribution to our astronomical knowledge. (Presentation to the Antique Telescope Society, September 2002) 14pp.

Willach, Rolf. New Light on the Invention of the Achromatic Telescope Objective. Notes & Records of the Royal Society of London 50:2 (1996) 195-210.

Willach, Rolf. The Wiesel Telescopes in Skokloster Castle and their Historical Background. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society #73 (2002) 17-22. (Rheita)

Willey, Ronald. Cassegrain-Type Telescopes. Sky & Telescope 23(April 1962) 191-193.

Williams, Thomas. The Development of Astronomy in the Southern United States, 1840-1914. Journal for the History of Astronomy 27 (1996) 13-44. (Fitz, Clark)

Williams, Thomas R. Telescopes since 1820. pp519-527, John Lankford, ed, History of Astronomy - an Encyclopedia, N.Y.: Garland, 1997.

Willstrop, R.V. New developments in telescope design. Contemporary Physics 36:6 (1995) 389-410.

Wilson, Alexander. An Improvement proposed in the cross Wires of Telescopes. Philosophical Transactions 64 (1774) 105-107. (micrometer)

Wilson, R. N. The history of optical theory of reflecting telescopes and implications for future projects. pp784-786, Arne Ardeberg, ed. Optical Telescopes of Today and Tomorrow. SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2871. Bellingham: SPIE, 1996.

Wilson, Raymond N. Karl Schwarzschild and Telescope Optics. Karl Schwarzschild Lecture, Bochum, 1993. Reviews of Modern Astronomy 7 (1993) 1-29.

Wilson, Raymond N. Reflecting Telescope Optics. Berlin: Springer. Vol. 1, 1996. Vol. 2, 1999.

Winkler, Mary G. and Albert Van Helden. Johannes Hevelius and the visual language of astronomy. pp97-116, J.V. Field & Frank A. James, editors; Renaissance and revolution: Humanists, scholars, craftsmen and natural philosophers in early modern Europe; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 1993.

Winterhalter. The Imperial Observatory of Vienna. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 3 (#16) (June 1891) 243-247. .pdf

Winterhalter, Albert G. The International Astrophotographic Congress and a Visit to Certain European Observatories and other Institutions. Appendix 1, pp3-347. Observations made during the year 1885 at the United States Naval Observatory. Washington: G.P.O., 1891.

(With) Cave, Thomas. Your Telescope and Mine. Monthly Evening Sky Map 54 (1960) 21-22.

(With) Marriott, R. A. The life and legacy of G. H. With, 1827-1904. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 106:5 (Oct. 1996) 257-264.

Wolf, A. A History of Science, Technology, and Philosophy in the 16th & 17th Centuries. N.Y.: Macmillan, 1950. pp67-83, 162-187.

Wolf, C. Histoire de l'Observatoire de Paris. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1902. pp135-193, 273-300, instruments.

Wollaston, Francis. A Description of a New System of Wires in the Focus of a Telescope, for Observing the Comparative Right Ascensions and Declinations of Coelestial Objects; Together with a Method of Investigating the Same When Observed by the Rhombus, Though It Happen not to be Truly in an Equatorial Position. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 75 (1785) 346-352. (reticle 'micrometer')

Wollaston, Francis. A Description of a Transit Circle, for determining the Place of celestial Objects as they pass the Meridian. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 83 (1793) 133-153.

Wollaston, Francis. Fasciculus Astronomicus. London: G. Wilkie, 1800. Chapter 5, On the Transit Circle. Chapter 6, On a Portable Azimuth Altitude and Transit Circle, Mr. Troughton. Chapter 7, On Some Peculiar Advantages of the Azimuth Altitude and Transit Circle.

(Wollaston, F.) Morgan, Basil. Wollaston, Francis (1731-1815). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004. Nov. 2004.

Wollaston, William. Description of a single-lens Micrometer. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 103 (1813) 119-122.

Wollaston, William Hyde. On the Concentric Adjustment of a Triple Object-Glass. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 112 (1822) 32-37.

Wollaston, William. On the methods of cutting rock crystal for micrometers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 110 (1820) 126-131. (Rochon)

(Wollaston, W.) King, Henry C. The Life and Optical Work of W.H. Wollaston. British Journal of Physiological Optics 11 (Jan. 1954) 10-31, 60.

(Wollaston, William) Obituary. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 1 (Feb. 1829) 102-104.

(Wollaston, W.) Williams, Trevor I. Wollaston, William Hyde (1766-1828). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004. Nov. 2004.

Wood, R.W. The Mercury Paraboloid as a Reflecting Telescope. Astrophysical Journal 29 (1909) 164-176.

Wood, R.W. The Mercury Telescope. Scientific American 100 (March 27, 1909) 240-241.

(Wood) Lindsay, R.B. Wood, Robert Williams. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

(Wood) Seabrook, William. Doctor Wood: Modern Wizard of the Laboratory. N.Y.: Harcourt, Brace, 1941. 335pp.

Woodbury, David. The Glass Giant of Palomar. N.Y.: Dodd, Mead, 1941.

Woolf, Harry. British Preparations for Observing the Transit of Venus of 1761. The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 13:4 (Oct. 1956) 499-518. (details, cost of instruments)

Worley, Charles. The Construction of a Filar Micrometer. Sky & Telescope 22:3 (Sept. 1961) 140-141. (Lick 36 & 12 inch refractors)

Worvill, Roy. Telescope Making for Beginners. N.Y.: Orbiting Book Service, 1974.

(Wray, William. 1829-1885.) Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 46 (1886) 201- 202.

Wren, Christ. The Generation of an Hyperbolical Cylindroid; and a Hint of its Application for grinding Hyperbolical Glasses. Translated from the Latin (vol. 4, p961). Philosophical Transactions, Abridged. London: Baldwin, 1809.

(Wren) Bennett, J.A. Christopher Wren: Astronomy, Architecture, and the Mathematical Sciences. Journal for the History of Astronomy 6:3 (1975) 149-184.

(Wren) Bennett, J.A. The mathematical science of Christopher Wren. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1982. 148pp. (PhD dissertation, edited)

(Wren) A Description of Dr. Christopher Wren's Engin, Designed for Grinding Hyperbolical Glasses. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 4 (1669) 1059-1060 (#53). (Latin) (Ref.: Wren, Christopher; Corporis Cylindroidis Hyperbolici; Philosophical Transactions 4 (1669), p961.)

(Wren) Downes, Kerry. Wren, Sir Christopher (1632-1723). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004. Nov. 2004.

Wright, Arthur. On a New Process for the Electrical Deposition of Metals, and for Constructing Metal-Covered Glass Specula. Journal of the Franklin Institute 74 (Oct. 1877) 242-251.

Wright, Franklin B. An Aplanatic Reflector with a Flat Field Related to the Schmidt Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 47 (1935) 300-304.

Wright, F. B. A Two-Mirror Aplanatic Telescope with a Flat Field with Focal Plane in an Accessible Position. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 51 (Aug. 1939) 227. (#302) (mirror replaces correcting lens)

Wright, F.E. The Manufacture of Optical Glass and Optical Systems: a War Time Problem. Ordnance Department Document No. 2037. May, 1921. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1921.

Wright, Helen. Explorer of the Universe: a biography of George Ellery Hale. N.Y.: Dutton, 1966.

Wright, Helen. James Lick's Monument: the saga of Captain Richard Floyd and the building of the Lick Observatory. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1987.

Wright, Helen. Palomar: The World's Largest Telescope. N.Y.: Macmillan, 1952.

Wright, W.H. The Optical Performance of the New Aluminized Mirror of the Crossley Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 46 (Feb. 1934) 32-33.

Wyller, Arne A. & Göran B. Scharmer. Sweden's solar and stellar telescopes on La Palma. Vistas in Astronomy 28:2 (1985) 467-481.

Wynne, C.G. Field Correctors for Astronomical Telescopes. pp139-164, Progress in Optics, vol. 10, ed. E. Wolf, N.Y.: American Elsevier, 1972.

Wynne, C. G. The Optics of the Achromatized UK Schmidt Telescope. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 22 (1981) 146-153.

Wynne, C.G. Some British Advances in Optics for Astronomy. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 29:1 (March 1988) 39-41.

(Wynne) Gilmore, Gerard. Charles Wynne- an Astronomer's View. pp282-288, Optics in Astronomy, J.V. Wall, ed. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1993. (32nd Herstmonceux Conference, Greenwich, Sept. 1991).

Yamamoto, Issei. Kunitomo and His Astronomical Activities in the Pre-Meizi Era. Isis 26:2 (March 1937) 330-335.

(Yarwell) Whipple, Robert. John Yarwell, or the story of a trade card. Annals of Science 7:1 (1951) 62-69.

Yeomans, Donald. The Origin of North American Astronomy - Seventeenth Century. Isis 68:3 (Sept. 1977) 414-425. (Winthrop, Brattle)

Young, Bradley. A 20-inch Reflector Built in Brazil. Sky & Telescope 19 (Feb. 1960) 246-251; 19 (March 1960) 310-316. (20 inch Newt.-Cass., English mount.)

Young, C. A Description of the 36-inch Aperture Telescope for the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh. Transactions of the Optical Society 31:4 (May 1930) 229-232. (Grubb)

Young, Charles A. An Astronomer’s Summer Trip. Scribner’s Magazine 4 (July 1888) 82-100. (observatories Europe)

Young, C.A. The Newest Telescope. The North American Review #471 (Feb. 1896) 215-224. (Yerkes)

Young, Edward. Foerster and Archenhold, a legacy of popular astronomy in Berlin. Journal of the Antique Telescope Society #14 (1998) 16-17.

Young, Edward. Vincenzo Cerulli and the Collurania Observatory. Journal of the Antique Telescope Society #19 (2000) 22-24.

Young, R.K. The Building of a 19-inch Reflecting Telescope. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 24 (Jan. 1930) 17-33.

Young, R.K. Description of the Buildings and Equipment. Publications of the David Dunlap Observatory, University of Toronto, Volume 1 (March 1937) 1-56. (photo iris diaphragm; diagrams mountings; 74 inch pyrex cast June 1933, mirror completed Feb. 1935; silvering procedure; spectrograph) (ADS PDDO v1, pp.i - 56)

Young, R. K. The 74-inch Telescope of the David Dunlap Observatory. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 28 (March 1934) 97-119.

(Young) Warner, Deborah Jean. William J. Young; from craft to industry in a skilled trade. Pennsylvania History 52:2 (April 1985) 53-68.

Zabriskie, Franklin R. Penn State's New 60-inch Telescope. Sky & Telescope 49 (April 1975) 219-221.

Zaun, Joerg. Optici und Mechanici der Berliner Akademie und ihrer Sternwarte. pp86-90. W. R. Dick & K. Fritze, ed. 300 Jahre Astronomie in Berlin und Potsdam. Acta Historica Astronomiae 8. Frankfurt: Deutsch, 2000.

(Zeiss) Artus, Helmut. Concept of a solar research centre with vacuum tower telescope made by the Jena Optical Works. Jena Review 3 (1976) 138-142.

(Zeiss) Artus, Helmut. 1-metre reflecting telescopes of the Jena Optical Works for India. Jena Review 1 (1975) 3-9.

(Zeiss) Beck, Hans. Advances in optical engineering for astronomical instruments. Jena Review #2 (1988) 80-82.

(Zeiss) Beck, Hans. Modern Types of Astronomical Telescopes Manufactured at Jena. Jena Review 6 (1957) 172-174.

(Zeiss) Beck, Hans. Situation and development tendencies in the astronomical instruments' manufacture of the Jena Optical Works. Jena Review 3 (1976) 127-137.

(Zeiss) Elsaesser, Hans. Astronomy with Large-Scale Telescopes. Zeiss Information #100 (1990) 4-11.

(Zeiss) Elsaesser, Hans. Tools of Optical Astronomy. Zeiss Information #88 (1979) 4-10.

(Zeiss) Gould, John. Restoring an Ansalvenlo. Zeiss Historica, Spring 1987, pp6-7.

(Zeiss) Grossman, Nicholas. The Astronomical Department's First Catalog. Zeiss Historica, Fall 1990, p18.

(Zeiss) Grossman, Nicholas. Keeping the Tradition, an historical overview of amateur telescope production in Jena. Zeiss Historica 11:1 (1989) 11-12.

(Zeiss) Grossman, Nicholas. Large Zeiss Observatory Telescopes in the U.S. Zeiss Historica, Spring 1981, pp4-5. (Franklin Inst., Griffith Obs., Augustana)

(Zeiss) Grossman, Nicholas. Zeiss Telescope at Augustana College. Zeiss Historica, Fall 1990, p6.

(Zeiss) Gubas, Larry. The Astro Department. Zeiss Historica 20:2 (1998) 16-19.

(Zeiss) Husid, Marion. Bergedorf's Hamburger Sternwarte. Zeiss Historica, Fall 1994, pp14-17.

(Zeiss) Jahresbericht der Abteilung Astro fuer das Geschaeftsjahr 1945/46, mit geschichtlichem Ueberblick von 1897-1945. (20pp.+ graphs. .tif) (Archiv #17120)

(Zeiss) Jensch, Alfred. 70 Years Astronomical Instruments Department, Part II: 1947 to 1967, The New Start. Jena Review #3 (1967) 171-176.

(Zeiss) Kinner, Manfred and Hans-Ullrich Sandig. On the astrometrical usefulness of Schmidt cameras. Jena Review 3 (1976) 151-155.

(Zeiss) Knohl, Ernst-Dieter and Michael Schmidt. Galileo Optic Glances for Final Tests. pp769-777, Paolo Mazzoldi, ed.; From Galileo's Occhialino to Optoelectronics, conference Padova June 1992; Singapore: World Scientific, 1993.

(Zeiss) Koehler, Peter, Dietrich Gutcke, & Hans-Joachim Teske. 90 years of telescope making in Jena. Jena Review 4 (1987) 189-192.

(Zeiss) Koehler, Peter. Trends in astronomical instrument design. Jena Review 3 (1986) 108-110.

(Zeiss) Kuehne, Christoph. The Zeiss 3.5m Astronomical Telescope. Zeiss Information #94 (1983) 4-13

(Zeiss) Mann, Georg & August Sonnefeld. 70 Years Astronomical Instruments Department, Part I: 1897 to 1946. Jena Review #3 (1967) 159-170.

(Zeiss) Mann, Georg. The Zeiss Zenith Telescope 135/170. Jena Review 5 (1958) 136-140.

(Zeiss) Meyer, Fr. Ueber die Entwicklung der astronomischen Instrumente im Zeisswerke Jena. Reprint from Zeitschrift fuer Instrumentenkunde 50 (1930). Berlin: Springer, 1930. 42pp.

(Zeiss) Michel'son, Nikolai Nikolaevitch. Astronomical instruments manufacture in the USSR. Jena Review #6 (1973) 336-341.

(Zeiss) 100 Years of Astronomical Technology. Innovation #3 (1997) 6-17.

(Zeiss) Perkins, Frank. The Urania-Zuerich Equatorial Telescope. Scientific American Supplement 69 (#1783, March 5, 1910) 152. (12 inch Zeiss)

(Zeiss) Pfaff, Walter. Reflections on the manufacture of optical components for astronomical instruments. Jena Review #7 (1972) 345-348.

(Zeiss) Richter, Nikolaus. Ten Years Karl-Schwarzschild Observatory Tautenburg. Jena Review #6 (1970) 321-325.

(Zeiss) Simon, Henry. Heavy Telescope Design. Product Engineering 2:7 (July, 1931) 290-294.

(Zeiss) Steinbach, Manfred. Telescopes from the Optical Museum of the C.Z. Foundation Jena. Jena Review Supplement (1969), n.p..

(Zeiss) 2-m Universal Reflecting Telescope of the Tautenburg Observatory. Inauguration, October 1960. Hans Kienle, Alfred Jensch, Ernst Seifert.

(Zeiss) Wattenberg, Dietrich. The Jena-made Instruments of the Archenhold Observatory in Berlin-Treptow. Jena Review #5/6 (1971) 287-293.

(Zeiss) Wolf, Helmut. Small Monocular Hand Telescopes from the Optical Museum of the C.Z. Foundation in Jena. Jena Review Supplement (1969).

(Zeiss) Zahner, Donald. Zeiss, an appreciation. Review of Popular Astronomy 60 (1966) 4-7.

Ziegler, H.G. Telescope Mountings, Drives, and Electrical Equipment. pp137-216. Guenter Roth, ed. Compendium of Practical Astronomy. Handbuch für Sternfreunde, translated by Harry Augensen & Wulff Heintz. Berlin: Springer, 1994.

Zik, Yaakov and Albert van Helden. Between Discovery and Disclosure: Galileo and the Telescope. pp173-190. M. Beretta, P. Galluzzi, & C. Triarico, ed. Musa Musaei, Studies on Scientific Instruments and Collections in Honour of Mara Miniati. Firenze: Leo S. Olschki, 2003.

Zik, Yaakov. Galileo and Optical Aberrations. Nuncius 17 (2002) 455-465.

Zik, Yaakov. Kepler and Galileo: Theories of Light and Vision. Practical Knowledge and the Status of the Telescope as a Scientific Instrument at the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century. PhD thesis, University of Haifa, 2002.

Zik, Yaakov. Kepler and the Telescope. Nuncius 18 (2003) 481-514.

Zik, Yaakov. Science and Instruments: The telescope as a scientific instrument at the beginning of the seventeenth century. Perspectives on Science 9:3 (2001) 259-284.

Zimmerman, Robert. More Light. American Heritage of Invention & Technology 18:2 (Fall 2002) 14-23. (Meinel, MMT)

Zinszer, Harvey. Famous Early American Observatories. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences 47 (1944) 15-49.

Zirin, Harold. The Big Bear Solar Observatory. Sky & Telescope 39 (April 1970) 215-219.

Zoellner, J.C.F. Grundzuege einer Allgemeines Photometrie des Himmels. Berlin: Mitscher & Roestell, 1861.

(Zoellner) Sterken, Christiaan & Klaus Staubermann, ed. Karl Friedrich Zöllner and the historical dimension of astronomical photometry: a collection of papers on the history of photometry. Brussels: VUB University Press, 2000.

(Zucchi) Campedelli, Luigi. Zucchi, Niccolo. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

Zuidervaart, Huib. Reflecting 'Popular Culture': The Introduction, Diffusion, and Construction of the Reflecting Telescope in the Netherlands. Annals of Science 61 (2004) 407-452.

Zuylen, J. van. Jan en Harmanus Van Deijl, Een Optische Werkplaats in de 18e Eeuw. pp208-228. M. Fournier & B. Theunissen, ed. Het Instrument in de Wetenschap. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1988.


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