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Hale, George E. Preliminary Results of a Comparative Test of the 60-inch and 100-inch Telescopes of the Mount Wilson Observatory. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 31 (Oct. 1919) 257-260. (#183)

Hale, George E. The Remodeled 60-foot Tower Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 27 (Dec. 1915) 233-235. (#161)

Hale, George E. The Solar Observatory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Astrophysical Journal 21 (March 1905) 151-172.

Hale, George E. Some opportunities for astronomical work with inexpensive apparatus. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 68 (Nov. 1907) 64-80.

Hale, George E. Some Tests of the Snow Telescope. Astrophysical Journal 23 (1906) 6-10, plates 2-3.

Hale, George E. The Study of Stellar Evolution. Chicago: U. Chicago Press, 1908.

Hale, George E. The Tower Telescope of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory. Astrophysical Journal 27 (1908) 204-212, plates 12-13. (Brashear, Gaertner)

Hale, George E. A Vertical Coelostat Telescope. Astrophysical Journal 25 (Jan. 1907) 68-74.

Hale, George E. The Work of a Modern Observatory. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 27 (Aug. 1915) 161-178. (#160)

Hale, George E. The Yerkes Observatory of the University of Chicago: I. Selection of the Site. Astrophysical Journal 5:3 (March 1897) 164-180.

Hale, George E. The Yerkes Observatory of the University of Chicago: II. The Building and Minor Instruments. Astrophysical Journal 5:4 (April 1897) 254-267.

Hale, George E. The Yerkes Observatory of the University of Chicago: III. The Instrument and Optical Shops, and the Power House. Astrophysical Journal 5:5 (May 1897) 310-317.

Hale, George E. The Yerkes Observatory of the University of Chicago, IV: The Forty-Inch Telescope, Dome, and Rising Floor. Astrophysical Journal 6:1 (June 1897) 37-47.

(Hale) Adams, Walter. George Ellery Hale, 1868-1938. Astrophysical Journal 87:4 (1938) 369-388.

(Hale) Carey, Jr. Charles W. Hale, George Ellery. American National Biography Online Feb. 2000. Oxford University Press. http://www.anb.org/articles/13/13-00678.html Nov 25 2003.

(Hale) Wright, Helen, Explorer of the Universe: A Biography of George Ellery Hale. Dutton, 1966; Springer Verlag, 1994.

(Hale) Wright, Helen. Hale, George Ellery. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

Hall, A. Rupert. The Contributions of Science and Technology to the Design of Early Optical Elements. pp19-25, Giorgio Dragoni, Anita McConnell and Gerard L’E. Turner; ed. Proceedings of the eleventh International Scientific Instrument Symposium, Bologna U., Italy, Sept. 9-14, 1991. Bologna: Grafis edizioni, 1994. (achromat)

Hall, Asaph. Brief Description of 26-inch Equatorial Instrument of the Naval Observatory. Popular Astronomy 27 (1919) 278-281.

Hall, John S. & Arthur A. Hoag. The Flagstaff Station of the U.S. Naval Observatory. Sky & Telescope 16:1 (Nov. 1956) 4-8. (40 inch Ritchey Chretien)

Hall, John S. and Arne Slettebak. The Perkins 72-inch Telescope in Arizona. Sky & Telescope 37 (April 1969) 222-224.

Hall, John Scoville. The Ritchey-Chrétien reflecting telescope: half a century from conception to acceptance. The Astronomy quarterly 5, #20. New York: Pergamon, 1991. pp 227-251.

Halley, Edmund. ....Allowances to be made in Astronomical Observations for the Refraction of the Air. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 31 (1720-1721) 169-172 (#368).

Halley, Edmund. ....Method of observing the differences of Right Ascension and Declination by Cross Hairs in a Telescope. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 31 (1720-1721) 113-116 (#366).

(Hamlin) Bedini, Silvio A. William Hamlin and his Telescopes. Rittenhouse 4 (May 1990) 87-95.

(Hamlin) Preuss, Anne M. William Hamlin: an elusive Providence instrument maker. Rittenhouse 3 (August 1989) 135-140.

Hanson, Herbert E. The New Telescope Drive at the Harvard Observatory Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 33 (Nov. 1939) 329-332.

Hardy, J.W. Adaptive Optics for Astronomical Telescopes. N.Y.: Oxford U. Pr., 1998. 438pp. pp3-25, The Short, Eventful History of Adaptive Optics.

Hargreaves, F. J. A Description of a Reflecting Telescope with Unusual Features. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 3 (March 1962) 25-30. (Cassegrain / Coude / Schmidt for Congo)

Hargreaves, F.J. A Home-made Equatorial. The Observatory 49 (Oct. 1926) 299-302. (ATM)

Hargreaves, F.J. The Northumberland Telescope at Cambridge Observatory. The Observatory 60 (Dec. 1937) 322-325.

Harper, W.E. List of Refracting and Reflecting Telescopes. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 23 (Oct. 1929) 351-355.

Harrington, R. G. The 48-inch Schmidt-type Telescope at Palomar Observatory. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 64 (Dec. 1952) 275-281. (#381)

(Harriot) Bean, Michael. Thomas Harriot - Astronomer. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 88:6 (1978) 578-590.

(Harriot) Bennett, J.A. Instruments, mathematics, and natural knowledge: Thomas Harriot's place on the map of learning. pp137-152, Robert Fox, ed., Thomas Harriot, An Elizabethan Man of Science; Ashgate: Aldershot, 2000.

(Harriot) Chapman, Allan. The Astronomical Work of Thomas Harriot (1560-1621). Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 36 (1995) 97-107.

(Harriot) Lohne, J.A. Harriot, Thomas. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

(Harriot) North, John. Thomas Harriot and the First Telescopic Observations of Sunspots. Appendix: On the early Dutch (so-called 'Galilean') telescope, and its field of view. pp129-165; John Shirley, ed., Thomas Harriot, Renaissance Scientist; Oxford: Clarendon, 1974.

(Harriot) Roche, John J. Harriot, Galileo, and Jupiter's Satellites. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences 32 (1982) 9-51.

(Harriot) Shirley, John. Thomas Harriot: A Biography. Oxford: Clarendon, 1983. 508pp.

(Harriot) Stevens, Henry. Thomas Hariot, the mathematician, the philosopher, and the scholar. N.Y.: Burt Franklin, 1972. (reprint, 1900)

Harlow, F.S. The Observatory of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 3 (1891) 273-274.

Harrington, Philip. The Story of Stellafane. Griffith Observer 53:6 (June 1989) 2-10.

Hartline, Frederick F. New Breed of Telescope Born in Arizona. Science 204 (May 25, 1979) 823-824. (#4395)

Hartmann, J. An Improvement of the Foucault Knife-Edge Test in the Investigation of Telescope Objectives. Astrophysical Journal 27 (May 1908) 254-259.

(Hartness) Butler, Charles. The Turret Equatorial Refractor: a new combined telescope and dome. The Observatory 35 (1912) 83-85.

(Hartness) James Hartness and the Equatorial Turret Telescope. (3p from Hartness House, Springfield, Vermont).

(Hartness) Mitchell, S.A. The Turret Telescope. Popular Astronomy 20:6 (1912) 337-342. (Reprinted Scientific American March 9, 1912).

(Hartness) Wicks, Frank. Renaissance tool man - James Hartness. Mechanical Engineering, November 1999, pp74-77.

(Hartness) Zahner, Donald. The Hartness Turret Telescope. Modern Astronomy, Nov./Dec. 1973, pp128-129.

Hasluck, Paul N. Lens Grinding and Mirrors for Astronomical Telescopes. n.p., n.p., 1903, reprint ca. 2000. 17pp.

Hasluck, Paul N. Telescope Making. n.d.(preface 1905), Cassell, London. 160pp.

Hastings, Charles. Astronomical Oculars. Popular Astronomy. 34:6 (1926) 375-379.

Hastings, Charles S. The Error of Collimation in the Human Eye. American Journal of Science 19 (1905) 310-314.

Hastings, Charles S. The History of the Telescope. The Sidereal Messenger 10 (1891) 335-354.

Hastings, Charles S. Light. New Haven: Yale U., 1901 & 1913. 224pp.

Hastings, Charles S. New Methods in Geometrical Optics, with special reference to the design of centered optical systems. N.Y.: Macmillan, 1927. 103pp.

Hastings, Charles S. On the Color Correction of double Objectives. American Journal of Science 23 (1882) 167-176.

Hastings, Charles S. On a New Type of Telescope Objective Especially Adapted for Spectroscopic Use. Astrophysical Journal 9 (March 1899) 162-166.

Hastings, Charles S. On Triple Objectives with complete Color Correction. American Journal of Science 18 (1879) 429-435.

Hastings, C.S. U.S. Patents. USP 415,040 Nov. 12, 1889 Telescope objective. / Hastings, C.S. USP 586,708 July 20, 1897 Erecting prism (Abbe prism).

Hastings, Charles S. Recent Experiments in the Construction of Telescope Objectives. The Sidereal Messenger 1 (1883) 244-246; 2 (1884) 39-44.

Hastings, C.S. Report on Specimens of Crown and Flint Glass Belonging to the Lick Observatory and Manufactured by the Messrs. Feil; October, 1887; April, 1889. Publications of the Lick Observatory 3 (1894) 133-152.

Hastings, Charles S. & Frederick E. Beach. A Text-book of General Physics. Boston: Ginn, 1900. 768pp.

(Hastings) Kovarik, Alois F. Hastings, Charles Sheldon. Dictionary of American Biography, volume 21. N.Y.: Scribners, 1944.

(Hastings) Schlesinger, Frank. Charles Sheldon Hastings. The Astrophysical Journal 76:3 (Oct. 1932) 149-155.

Hayes, Donald, D.R. Genet, & R.M. Genet, ed. New Generation Small Telescopes. Mesa: Fairborn Press, 1987. 441pp.

Hayford, John. A Text-book of Geodetic Astronomy. N.Y.: Wiley, 1910. Ch. 4, The Astronomical Transit; Ch. 5, The Zenith Telescope.

Haynes, Raymond, and Roslynn Haynes, David Malin, & Richard McGee. Explorers of the Southern Sky: A History of Australian Astronomy. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1996.

Hearnshaw, J.B. The Measurement of Starlight: Two Centuries of Astronomical Photometry. Cambridge: C.U.P., 1996.

Heather, J.F. Surveying and Astronomical Instruments. London: Lockwood. 1873. (1891 ed. identical) (Mathematical Instruments series, v3). pp127-158, transit etc.

Heckmann, O. The New Schmidt Telescope for the Hamburg Observatory. Sky & Telescope 15 (Nov. 1955) 10-12.

Heilbron, J.L. Weighing Imponderables & Other Quantitative Science Around 1800. Historical Studies in the Physical & Biological Sciences, Supplement, 24:1 (1993) 1-337. pp35-62, Picard, Sharp, Graham, Bird, Ramsden, Mayer, Borda, Lenoir. pp116-138, infrared.

(Heliometer) Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition. N.Y.: E.B. Co., 1911. 7pp. (micrometer)

Hellweg, Frederick. The New Reflector Telescope of the U. S. Naval Observatory. Scientific Monthly 33:3 (Sep. 1931) 283-285.

Hemenway, Paul. The Washington 6-inch Transit Circle. Sky & Telescope 31 (Feb. 1966) 72-77. (Warner & Swasey)

Henbest, Nigel. The great telescope race. New Scientist 120 (Oct. 29, 1988) 52-59 (#1636). (current large telescope projects)

Hendrix, D.O. An Extremely Fast Schmidt Camera. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 51 (June 1939) 158-159. (#301)

Henize, Karl. The Baker-Nunn Satellite-Tracking Camera. Sky & Telescope 16 (Jan. 1957) 108-111.

(Henry, Mathieu Prosper. 1849-1903.) Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 64 (1904) 296ff.

(Henry, Paul. 1848-1905.) Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 65 (1905) 349ff.

Hentschel, Klaus. The Einstein Tower. translated by Ann M. Hentschel. Stanford, Stanford U., 1997. 226 p.

Herbst, Klaus-Dieter. Die Entwicklung des Meridiankreises 1700 -1850. (The development of the meridian circle 1700 -1850). Bassum, Stuttgart: Verlag fuer Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik, 1996. 255 pp. (transit)

Herran, J. de la. The Mexican 2.2m Telescope for the National Astronomical Observatory at San Pedro Martir, Baja California, Mexico. pp133-139. Johnson, Harold & Christine Allen, ed. Recent Advances in Observational Astronomy. Symposium, Ensenada, 18-19 September, 1979. Ciudad Universitaria: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 1981.

Herrig, Erwin. A New Concept for Tilted-Component Telescopes. Sky & Telescope 94 (Nov. 1997) 113-116.

Herrmann, Dieter. Archenhold Observatory Past & Present. Sky & Telescope 68 (July 1984) 5-6.

Hers, J. The History of the Transvaal Observatory. Monthly Notes of the Astronomical Society of Southern Africa 46 (1987) 17-19, 39-42, 75-84. (Cooke, Grubb, Hamberg)

(Herschel, A.) Betts, Jonathan. Alexander Herschel's 'Zone-Clocks'. Journal for the History of Astronomy 35:4 (Nov. 2004) 408-416.

(Herschel, A.) Hoskin, Michael. Alexander Herschel: The Forgotten Partner. Journal for the History of Astronomy 35:4 (Nov. 2004) 387-407.

(Herschel, A.) Spaight, John Tracy. Alexander Herschel as Telescope Maker. Journal for the History of Astronomy 34 (2003) 95-96.

(Herschel, C.) Bullard, Margaret. My Small Newtonian Sweeper. Where Is It Now? Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 42:2 (July 1988) 139-148.

(Herschel, C.) Hoskin, Michael and Brian Warner. Caroline Herschel's Comet Sweepers. Journal for the History of Astronomy 12:1 (1981).

Herschel, John & James South. Observations of the Apparent Distances and Positions of 380 Double and Triple Stars....Also a Description of a Five-Feet Equatorial Instrument Employed in the Observations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 114 (1824) 1-412. (transit: p4-13)

Herschel, J., J. South, and G. Amici. Observations on the Relative Performances of Achromatic and Reflecting Telescopes. Edinburgh Journal of Science 5 (1826) 309-315. (Lerebours)

Herschel, John. On the Aberrations of Compound Lenses and Object-Glasses. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 111 (1821) 222-267.

Herschel, John F.W. Practical Rules for the Determination of the Radii of a Double Achromatic Object Glass. Edinburgh Philosophical Journal 6:12 (1822) 361-370.

Herschel, John F.W. Results of Astronomical Observations made during the years 1834,5,6,7,8 at the Cape of Good Hope. London: Smith, Elder, 1847. (pp.ix-xiv; 436-437, telescopes)

Herschel, John F.W. The Telescope. Edinburgh: Black, 1861. (reprinted from the Encyclopaedia Britannica).

Herschel, J.F.W., G.B. Airy, & W.H. Smyth. Reports on the Fluid-Lens Telescope Constructed for the Royal Society. Proceedings of the Royal Society 15 (1833) 245-253.

(Herschel, J.) Buttman, Guenther. The Shadow of the Telescope; a biography of John Herschel. (translated by B.E.J. Pagel) N.Y.: Scribners, 1970.

(Herschel, J.) Evans, David. Herschel, John Frederick William. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

(Herschel, J.) Moore, Patrick. Sir John Herschel, explorer of the Southern Sky. Bath: William Herschel Society, 1992.

(Herschel, J.) Warner, Brian. Sir John Herschel's Description of his 20-feet Reflector. Vistas in Astronomy 23 (1979) 75-107.

Herschel, William. Account of a Comet. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 71 (1781) 492-501. (micrometer, Uranus)

Herschel, William. Catalogue of 500 new Nebulae....with Remarks on the Construction of the Heavens. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 92 (1802) 477ff.

Herschel, William. Description of a Forty-feet Reflecting Telescope. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 85 (1795) 347-409.

Herschel, William. Description of a Lamp-Micrometer, and the Method of using it. Philosophical Transactions 72 (1782) 163-172.

Herschel, William. Experiments for ascertaining how far Telescopes will enable us to determine very small Angles, and to distinguish the real from the spurious Diameters of celestial and terrestrial Objects. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 95 (1805) 31-64.

Herschel, William. Investigation of the Cause of that Indistinctness of Vision which has been ascribed to the smallness of the Optic Pencil. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 76 (1786) 500-507.

Herschel, William. Observations of the Transit of Mercury over the Disk of the Sun; to which is added, an Investigation of the Causes which often prevent the proper Action of Mirrors. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 93 (1803) 214-232.

Herschel, William. On the Diameter and Magnitude of the Georgium Sidus, with a Description of the dark and lucid Disk and Periphery Micrometers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 73 (1783) 4-14.

Herschel, William. On polishing Specula by a Machine. Read before the Philosophical Society of Bath, 1780-1781. J.L.E. Dreyer, The Scientific Papers of William Herschel. London: The Royal Society, 1912.

Herschel, William. On the Power of penetrating into Space by Telescopes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 90 (1800) 49-85.

Herschel, William. A Paper to obviate some Doubts concerning the great Magnifying Powers used. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 72 (1782) 173-178.

Herschel, William. A series of observations of the satellites of the Georgian planet....account of the telescopic apparatus. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 105 (1815) 293-362 (293-302).

(Herschel, W.) Ainslie, M.A. A Note on the Performance of Two Specula by Sir William Herschel. Journal of the British Astronomical Association 42 (1931) 65-67.

(Herschel, W.) Arago, M. Herschel. Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, 1871. pp198-223 http://laplaza.org/~tom/People/Herschel.htm March 2001

(Herschel, W.) 'Arcturus'. An Examination of what Jerome de LaLande has published, in his History of Astronomy for 1806, concerning Dr. Herschel and his 40-feet Telescope. Philosophical Magazine 28 (1807) 339-344.

(Herschel, W.) Armitage, Angus. William Herschel. Garden City: Doubleday, 1963.

(Herschel, W.) Ashbrook, Joseph. Herschel's 'Large 20-foot' Telescope. Sky & Telescope 54 (Sept. 1977) 174-175.

(Herschel, W.) Bailey, Edwin. Herschel as a telescope maker. The Sky 3:10 (Aug. 1939) 3-5,26. I Tried to Follow Herschel. The Sky 3:11 (Sept. 1939) 6-7. (speculum metal)

(Herschel, W.) Bennett, J.A. On the Power of Penetrating into Space: The Telescopes of William Herschel. Journal for the History of Astronomy 7:2 (June 1976) 75-108.

(Herschel, W.) Bennett, J.A. William Herschel's Large Twenty-Foot Telescope. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 17 (Sept. 1976) 303-305, 1 plate.

(Herschel, W.) Davies, C.D.P. Herschel's 18 3/4 inch speculum. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 84 (1923) 23-26.

(Herschel, W.) Dreyer, J.L.E.. The Scientific Papers of William Herschel (pp13-64, Biographical introduction). London: The Royal Society, 1912.

(Herschel, W.) Gingerich, Owen. Herschel's 1784 Autobiography. Sky & Telescope 68 (Oct. 1984) 317-319.

(Herschel, W.) Gingerich, Owen. William Herschel's 1784 Autobiography. Harvard Library Bulletin 32:1 (1984) 73-82.

(Herschel, W.) Holden, Edward S. Sir William Herschel, his life & works. N.Y.: Scribners, 1881. 238pp.

(Herschel, W.) Holden, Edward and Charles S. Hastings. A Synopsis of the Scientific Writings of Sir William Hershel. pp509-622, Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution...for the year 1880. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1881.

(Herschel, W.) Hoskin, Michael. Herschel, Sir William (1738-1822). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004. http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/13102 Nov. 2004.

(Herschel, W.) Hoskin, M.A. Herschel, William. Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Charles Gillispie, ed. New York: Scribner, 1970--.

(Herschel, W.) Hoskin, Michael. Herschel's 40ft Reflector: Funding and Functions. Journal for the History of Astronomy 34 (2003) 1-32.

(Herschel, W.) Hoskin, Michael. William Herschel and the Construction of the Heavens. London: Oldbourne, 1963.

(Herschel, W.) Hysom, E.J. Tests of the Shape of Mirrors by Herschel. Journal for the History of Astronomy, 27 (1996) 349-352.

(Herschel, W.) Ingalls, Albert. Scientific American, August 1948, p63. (Herschel eyepieces).

(Herschel, W.) Instituto Geographico Nacional. El Gran Telescopio de W. Herschel del Observatorio Astronomico Nacional de Madrid. Madrid, I.G.N.: 1978.

(Herschel, W.) Jones, R.V. Through Music to the Stars. William Herschel, 1738-1822. Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London 33:1 (Aug. 1978) 37-56.

(Herschel, W.) Lubbock, Constance (ed.). The Herschel Chronicle. Cambridge: University Press, 1997 (1933).

(Herschel, W.) Maurer, Andreas. A Compendium of All Known William Herschel Telescopes. Journal of the Antique Telescope Society #14 (1998) 4-15.

(Herschel, W.) Moore, Patrick. William Herschel, astronomer and musician. Bath: William Herschel Society, 1991.

(Herschel, W.) Rienitz, Joachim. William Herschel's Mirror Test and its Consequences. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society #6 (Spring 1985) 5.

(Herschel, W.) Schaffer, Simon. Herschel in Bedlam. British Journal for the History of Science (Nov. 1980) 211-239.

(Herschel, W.) Schillinger, Klaus. Zur Geschichte der Herschel-Teleskope im Mathematisch-Physikalischen Salon Dresden. pp51-79. Dick, Wolfgang R., & Juergen Hamel, editors. Astronomie von Olbers bis Schwarzschild. Frankfurt: Harri Deutsch, 2002. Acta Historica Astronomiae, vol. 14, 2002.

(Herschel, W.) Sidgwick, J.B. William Herschel, Explorer of the Heavens. London: Faber & Faber, 1953.

(Herschel, W.) Sime, James. Herschel and his Work. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1900.

(Herschel, W.) Spaight, John Tracy. 'For the Good of Astronomy': The Manufacture, Sale, and Distant Use of William Herschel's Telescopes. Journal for the History of Astronomy 35:1 (2004) 45-69.

(Herschel, W.) Steavenson, W.H. Catalogue of Instruments made and or used by Sir William Herschel. Transactions of the Optical Society 26 (1924) 221-38. (Section on 20 foot duplicate.)

(Herschel, W.) Steavenson, W.H. The Herschel Instruments at Slough. The Observatory 47 (Sept. 1924) 262-267. 47 (Oct. 1924) 303-308.

(Herschel, W.) Steavenson, W.H. Herschel's First 40-foot Speculum. The Observatory 50 (1927) 114-118.

(Herschel, W.) Steavenson, W.H. A Peep into Herschel's Workshop. Transactions of the Optical Society 26 (1925) 210-220. (Section on 20 foot duplicates Observatory 47.)

(Herschel, W.) Steavenson, W. H. Some eye-pieces made by Sir William Herschel. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 84 (June 1924) 607-610.

(Herschel, W.) Warner, Brian. Herscheliana. Vistas in Astronomy 30 (1987) 85-96.

(Herschel, W.) Warner, Brian. Portrait of a 40-foot Giant. Sky & Telescope 71 (March 1986) 253-254.

(Herschel, W.) Warner, Brian. The William Herschel 14-Foot Telescope. Monthly Notes of the Astronomical Society of Southern Africa 46 (Dec. 1987) 158-163.

Herzberger, Max and Nancy R. McClure. The Design of Superachromatic Lenses. Applied Optics 2:6 (June 1963) 553-560.

Hetherington, Barry. A Chronicle of Pre-Telescopic Astronomy. Chichester: Wiley, 1996. 273p.

Hevelius, Johannes. Machina coelestis. Part I. Danzig, 1673.

Hevelius, Johannes. Selenographia: sive, Lunae descriptio. (1647) Preface by H. Lambrecht. N.Y.: Johnson Reprint, 1967. 563pp.

(Hevelius) Cook, Alan. Johann and Elizabeth Hevelius, astronomers of Danzig. Endeavour 24:1 (2000) 8-12.

(Hevelius) The illustrated account given by Hevelius in his 'Machina celestis' of the method of mounting his telescopes and erecting an observatory, with remarks by C. (Charles) Leeson Prince. Lewes: Sussex Advertiser, 1882. 80 pp. (English translation by F.H. Forshall of chapters 18, 21, & 22 of Machina coelestis.)

(Hevelius) Johannis Hevelii. Consulis Dantiscani, Annus Climactericus. Wherein (amongst other things) he vindicates the justness of his Celestial Observations, against the exceptions by some made to the accuracy of them. Philosophical Transactions 15 (1685) 1162-1183 (#175).

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