Product images of Spectroscope
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Meteor spectroscope. This instrument is a binocular type object and is used for viewing the spectrum. It is made up of a wooden casing with sliding shutters and two prisms. This spectroscope was designed by Alexander Stewart Herschel and John Browning specifically for the observation of meteors.
Alexander Stewart Herschel
- Image reference: F3212-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection