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Donati's Comet, 1858
'Donati's Comet, 1858', frontispiece to Sun, moon and stars: astronomy for beginners, by Agnes Giberne (London, 1910), an astronomical text-book for children. Giovanni Battista Donati (1826-73) discovered the comet on 2 June 1858.
Original: lithograph. 1910
- Image ref: RS-9171
- The Royal Society