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[Hydrogen prominences] [art original] / [H.R. Butler]

Identifier: Art Survey No. 10-14
Scope and Contents

Series of 5 paintings depicting the prominences of the chromosphere of the sun. These were originally displayed on the west wall of the Pro-Astronomic Hall (and intended to be installed in the proposed Hall of Astronomy) along with two similar paintings, depicting the prominences observed during the eclipse of 1918, the "Heliosaurus" and the "Eagle."

Dates: 1927

International Screen photographic slide collection

Identifier: PSC 309
Scope and Contents

Black and white photographs of the Sun, Earth's Moon, Milky Way and nebula. Possibly used for motion picture titles.

Dates: 1947

Trip through space ; Life in a garden ; Tuna fishermen

Identifier: Film Collection no. 25
Scope and Contents SEGMENT 1: Trip Through Space. Man in space and what he would find on a journey through the universe is the topic of this first segment. Frank H. Forrester and Joseph M. Chamberlain, astronomers at the AMNH-Hayden Planetarium, are introduced alongside the Zeiss projector at the planetarium. With the help of film and rear-view projectors the audience is shown planets and stars while Chamberlain discusses verified scientific facts about space travel. SEGMENT 2: Life in a Garden. Richard H....
Dates: 1953