Photographs of Nebulae and Clusters
by James Edward Keeler
Publisher: University of California Publications 1908
The main purpose of this volume is to reproduce and make available for study, the larger and more interesting nebulae and clusters, sixty-eight in number. James Edward Keeler was the director of the Lick observatory 1898 - 1900.
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