Object from: British Library on Flickr Commons.
Date: September 1870 Place: Kew, London (Accession num: 1982-684)
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Summary: A photoheliograph is an instrument for photographing the sun, consisting of a camera and a specially adapted telescope. The Kew Photoheliograph was the first astronomical instrument specifically designed for photographing celestial objects.
"Designed for the Royal Society by Warren de la Rue in 1857, it was built by instrument maker Andrew Ross, London. First installed at Kew Observatory, it was used to take regular photographs of the Sun."
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