The Herschel Museum of Astronomy Reviews
Description:Address: 19 New King Street / Bath / BA1 2BL
Newest Review: ... to astronomy including but not limited to: his reflective telescope designs (Herschelian telescopes) which did away with the need for speculum mirrors with their poor reflection; his observations on double star systems (discovering 800+) allowed him to prove that they orbited under mutual gravitation attraction and laid the groundwork for "binary star astronomy"; his surveys of the ... more
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by - written on 02/04/13 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Being a loyal follower (aka a glutton for punishment) of the London Irish rugby team saw me on a day trip to the fabulous city of Bath steeped in history to witness yet another crushing away defeat. Arriving early I had a few hours to kill and having gained a recent interest in astronomy, albeit without any real knowledge, The Herschel Museum of Astronomy sounded just the ticket to undertake this temporal homicide since the estimated visitation time was approximately an hour. Of course that was dependent on finding the place first which proved a lot trickier than I was hoping. Located at 19 New King Street this street was too small to appear on my iPhone map so I had to . Read the complete review
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