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Portable observatory, a method for fixing an astronomical clock on the ground used by William Wales and William Bayly during the journey undertaken by James Cook (1728-1779) between 1772 and 1775 : Stock Illustration
Portable observatory, a method for fixing an astronomical clock on the ground used by William Wales and William Bayly during the journey undertaken by James Cook (1728-1779) between 1772 and 1775.

Portable observatory, a method for fixing an astronomical clock on the ground used by William Wales and William Bayly during the journey undertaken by James Cook (1728-1779) between 1772 and 1775

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Portable observatory, a method for fixing an astronomical clock on the ground used by William Wales and William Bayly during the journey undertaken by James Cook (1728-1779) between 1772 and 1775.
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