Reference numberMM/10/32
Title"Notices of the Aurora Australis from the 1st to the 31st of March 1841 made on board HMS Erebus" (Anonymous)
DescriptionBetween these dates the 'Erebus' was under the command of James Clark Ross and was on an expedition begun in 1839, whose primary mission was to study terrestrial magnetism and locate the South Magnetic Pole, as well as to undertake oceanographic, botanical, and zoological observations.
Extent4 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialSee MM/10/182-186 for further notes made during this voyage of the Erebus.
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