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The Telescope Digital Collection 1933-1941

By Editors of Telescope

Format: DVD


The Telescope was founded at Perkins Observatory near Columbus, Ohio, in 1931. This magazine featured mostly professional astronomers writing about the cutting-edge scientific topics of their era for a popular audience. It moved to the Harvard College Observatory in 1934, and in 1941 it merged with The Sky to form Sky & Telescope magazine. This DVD archive consists of all 48 issues published after the move to Harvard. You can search the full text of every issue, including the advertisements, and print pages you need.

This product requires a DVD-ROM drive, as well as Adobe Flash Player to view individual issues (many computers already contain this software, but you can download it here). The individual issues are not available as PDF files due to copyright. The DVDs are accessible on both Windows and Mac machines.

Author Editors of Telescope
Format DVD

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