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 : 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

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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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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 Between 1772 And 1775 Stock Illustration18th Century,18th Century Style,Art,Astronomical Clock,British Royalty,Built Structure,Captain Cook,Color Image,Duke,Exploration,History,Horizontal,Illustration,Journey,Makeshift,No People,Observatory,Prince - Royal Person,Prince WilliamPhotographer Collection: De Agostini Picture Library 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.