Parhelia observed in Kent by Henry Miles

Parhelia observed in Kent

Henry Miles

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Parhelia observed in Kent

Henry Miles

Study of parhelia, or sun dogs, the atmospheric phenomenon presenting as halos and mock suns. Miles noted in his account: "I have inclos'd a Draught of the Parhelia seen in Kent...as I took it from a private Letter sent from thence to a Gentleman in this town..." Figure from the paper "A representation of the parhelia seen in Kent, Dec 19 1741...and an account of the same, as seen by Mrs Tennison at Canterbury", by Henry Miles, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol. 42 1742-1743, pp.46-48. Henry Miles was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1743.

Original: ink on paper. 1742

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