Product images of Cartouche below Cetus
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Cartouche below Cetus
Celestial table globe. Astronomical details on the sphere are the same as Anich GLB0078. There is a magnitude table below Crater in a cartouche, with the numbers of stars given for each magnitude class. A total of 1863 stars are depicted and three star groups are named. The Milky Way is drawn but not labelled. The Small Magellanic Cloud is labelled and the nova in Cassiopeia is indicated by the date 1572. The 48 Ptolemaic constellations and four of the non-Ptolemaic constellations are drawn.
- Image reference: D7231_2
- Caird (formerly Schwarts) Collection (via Spink), National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London