piątek, 20 października 2017
zamknij [x]
do:

Zaćmienie słońca w 1925 roku (17)

EN_01273808_0001 MDR
Postmaster General New snapped as he was watching the eclipse with the aid of a photographic plate, 1925 / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0002 MDR
QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0003 MDR
Photographing the eclipse in 1923 / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0004 MDR
QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0005 MDR
QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0006 MDR
QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0007 MDR
QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0008 MDR
QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0009 MDR
Pres. and Mrs. Wilson viewing the eclipse / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0010 MDR
A group watches the eclipse outside the Whitehouse, 1923 / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0011 MDR
Crowds watch a solar eclipse in 1911 / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0012 MDR
President and Mrs. Coolidge get up early to watch the eclipse from the Whitehouse lawn, 1925 / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0013 MDR
William Jennings Bryan, who was a caller at the White House today was snapped as he was taking a "peek" at the eclipse thru a blackened glass / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0014 MDR
General John A. LeJeune, Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, viewing the eclipse in front of the Navy Department at Washington, 1925 / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0015 MDR
Astronomers at Naval Observatory viewing eclipse of sun, 1925 / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0016 MDR
Dr. George H. Peters with camera to photograph eclipse, 1925 / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
EN_01273808_0017 MDR
Tom Mix entertains boys on Eclipse / QUIRKY images including President Calvin Coolidge showing how our ancestors observed past eclipses have resurfaced ahead of today???s once-in-a-century North American solar lightshow. Images show President Coolidge, in office from 1923 to 1929, watching a 1925 eclipse through a blackened window pane alongside his wife outside the White House. Other pictures show scientists at an observatory gearing up their telescopes and cameras ahead of the big event, while a further image shows a horse rider entertaining crowds of people while waiting for the sky to turn dark / Public Domain / mediadrumworld.com
Rocznice 2017 Na wyłączność