The great comet of 1881. Observed on the night of June 25-26 at 1h. 30m. A.M.
E.L. Trouvelot, chromolithograph, 1881-1882.
More of Trouvelot’s astronomical images are available at the NYPL Archive.

The great comet of 1881. Observed on the night of June 25-26 at 1h. 30m. A.M.

E.L. Trouvelot, chromolithograph, 1881-1882.

More of Trouvelot’s astronomical images are available at the NYPL Archive.

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