What to look for up in the sky, illustrations from Camille Flammarion’s “Astronomy for Amateurs,” taken from an American edition translated from the French by Frances A. Welby that was published in 1904.

“Sextuple star in the Nebula of Orion.” Figure 20. Page 74 (detail).

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“Sextuple star in the Nebula of Orion.” Figure 20. Page 74 (detail). Collection of and digitalized by the Library of Congress. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/astronomyforamat00flam/page/74/mode/2up
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“Occultation of the Pleiades by the Moon.” Figure 26, page 85 (detail). Collection of and digitalized by the Library of Congress. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/astronomyforamat00flam/page/85/mode/2up
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“Successive phases of Venus.” Figure 37, Page 124 (detail). Collection of and digitalized by the Library of Congress. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/astronomyforamat00flam/page/124/mode/2up
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“Telescopic aspect of the planet Mars (February, 1901).” Figure 41. Page 138 (detail). Collection of and digitalized by the Library of Congress. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/astronomyforamat00flam/page/138/mode/2up
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“Shooting Stars of November 12, 1799. From a contemporary drawing.” Figure 55. Page 196 (detail). Collection of and digitalized by the Library of Congress. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/astronomyforamat00flam/page/196/mode/2up

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“The Star-Cluster in Hercules.” Figure 21. Page 79 (detail). Collection of and digitalized by the Library of Congress. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/astronomyforamat00flam/page/79/mode/2up
"Orion and his celestial companions." Figure 12. Page 48.
“Orion and his celestial companions.” Figure 12. Page 48. Collection of and digitalized by the Library of Congress. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/astronomyforamat00flam/page/48/mode/2up

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