Reference numberCLP/8i/24/1
TitleDrawing, nubecula or cloudy stars near the constellation Hydra produced by Mr Aubrey
DescriptionTelescopic observation by John Aubrey and John Hoskins on 27 April 1668.

Consists of a square containing the nebecula and the constellation Hydra and Crater close by. Both constellations are represented as there respective names, with the Crater as a vase, and the Hydra as a snake like creature.

Subject: Astronomy / Constellations
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialRBC/3/128
Related records in the catalogueRBO/4/13
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8372Aubrey; John (1626 - 1697); antiquary1626 - 1697
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