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Title
A catalogue of 1963 stars reduced to the beginning of the year 1850 :  together with a catalogue of 290 double stars : the whole from observations made at Santiago, Chili, during the years 1850-'51-'52 by the U. S. Naval Astronomical Expedition to the Southern Hemisphere  
Washington observations for 1868. Appendix I
Observations (United States Naval Observatory)
Name/Creator
United States Naval Astronomical Expedition (1849-1852), creator
Phelps, Seth Ledyard, d. 1885
Gilliss, J. M. (James Melville), 1811-1865
MacRae, Archibald, 1820-1855
Smith, E. R.
United States Naval Observatory
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
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Location
Widener

Networked Resource
Place of Origin
Washington
Publisher
U.S. Naval Observatory
Language
English
Description
73 p. ; 30 cm.
Form/Genre
text

catalog

print
Classification
QB6 .U75
Subject
Stars -- Catalogs ;  Double stars -- Catalogs

Category
Stars

Note
"Lieut. James M. Gilliss, LL.D., superintendent. Lieut. Archibald MacRae, Master S. Ledyard Phelps, Captain's Clerk E. R. Smith, assistants."

The results of the astronomical observations of the expedition were designed to form v. 4 and 5 of the reports of the expedition, of which v. 1-3 and 6 were published in 1855-56. Vols. 4 and 5 were not published, the material for v. 4 being now first published; while that for v. 5 was published in 1895 as Appendix I to the Washington observations for 1890.