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Fascinating. The description of the slanted lines in Jupiter’s spectrum due to rotation is familiar. It was one of the first things I looked at when I built my LHIRES III !
Ken Harrison recently pointed me to an on line version of another interesting historic document
“An Atlas of Representative Stellar Spectra 4870 to 3300” William Huggins published 1899
An interesting parallel to Richard Walkers publication