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Vintage Wooden Fruit Crate | Etsy

Really cool vintage wooden crate, originally used for oranges. Label is marked Palomar Brand, grown and packed by Escondido Orange Ass'n. Escondido, Calif. This piece would be great for storing any number of items and would also make a fabulous end table or night stand. In good vintage condition. Piece is sturdy, with minimal splitting in the wood slats. Label is in good condition, with some scuffs and slight peeling on 2 corners, but bright and colorful. Measures about 26" x 12" x 12"…

1951 Ad Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Oakland Palomar Mountain San Diego Color Grading, Print Ads, Big Eyes, Vintage Advertisements, San Diego, Mountain, Print Advertising, Vintage Ads, Mountaineering

1951 Ad Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Oakland Palomar Mountain San Diego CO

This is an original 1951 color print ad for the Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation of Oakland, California. Featured in the ad is the observatory in San Diego County known as Palomar Mountain. CONDITION This 60+ year old Item is rated Very Fine +. Light aging throughout. Moderate wrinkling. No natural defects. Some light surface rub. No tears. No water damage. Product Type: Original Print Ad; Color Grade: Very Fine + Dimensions: Approximately 10 x 12.5 inches; 25 x 32 cm Authentication…

1951 Ad Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Oakland Palomar Mountain San Diego Color Grading, Print Ads, Big Eyes, Vintage Advertisements, San Diego, Mountain, Print Advertising, Vintage Ads, Mountaineering

1951 Ad Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Oakland Palomar Mountain San Diego CO

This is an original 1951 color print ad for the Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation of Oakland, California. Featured in the ad is the observatory in San Diego County known as Palomar Mountain. CONDITION This 60+ year old Item is rated Very Fine +. Light aging throughout. Moderate wrinkling. No natural defects. Some light surface rub. No tears. No water damage. Product Type: Original Print Ad; Color Grade: Very Fine + Dimensions: Approximately 10 x 12.5 inches; 25 x 32 cm Authentication…

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Artwork by Popular Mechanics 1939 of the Hale telescope at Palomar (based on an earlier sketch by Russell W. Porter) Space Telescope, Light Year, Popular Mechanics, Astronomy, Sketch, Artwork, Sketch Drawing, Work Of Art, Telescope

The Wonders of Astronomy: The Cutting Edge Space Telescope...of 1939

In the February 1939 issue, Popular Mechanics explored the most advanced telescope of the era on Palomar Mountain, northeast of San Diego. Here's how it worked.

The Hale reflector was for many years the world's largest and was unrivalled in its light-grasp. The diagram shows the primary mirror (1); observer's cage (2); Cassegrain focus (3); the Coudé focus (4); and the southern end of the polar axis (5); the Cassegrain and Coude' secondary mirrors (6); the right ascension drive (7); the declination axis (8); the dome shutter, with an opening of 9 meters (30 feet) (9); the 42-meter (137-foot) dome (10); the primary focus, 16.5-meter (54-foot) (11)… Focus 4, The Diagram, Shutter, Telescope, Worlds Largest, Cage, Mirrors, Blind

The Hale reflector was for many years the world's largest and was unrivalled in its light-grasp. The diagram shows the primary mirror (1); observer's cage (2); Cassegrain focus (3); the Coudé focus (4); and the southern end of the polar axis (5); the Cassegrain and Coude' secondary mirrors (6); the right ascension drive (7); the declination axis (8); the dome shutter, with an opening of 9 meters (30 feet) (9); the 42-meter (137-foot) dome (10); the primary focus, 16.5-meter (54-foot) (11)…

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives. Scientific American, Our Life, Telescope, Science And Technology, Pop Culture

Scientific American Volume 155, Issue 5

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

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The famous Palomar Telescope in California received it’s lens from Corning, New York via the New York Central | PenneyVanderbilt Cross Country Trip, New York Central, Telescope, Lens, Nyc, California, World, Travel, Cable

The famous Palomar Telescope in California received it’s lens from Corning, New York via the New York Central

March 25, 1936 The 200-inch mirror blank for the Palomar observatory begins its cross-country trip aboard a well-hole flat car [NYC 499010] which has had smaller diameter wheels fitted for added cl…

News Photo: Men checking on the protective structure around ... Pyrex, Corning Glass, New York, Train Rides, Pop Culture, News, Image, Pictures, New York City

Men checking on the protective structure around the 200 inch Hale...

Men checking on the protective structure around the 200 inch Hale Pyrex MirrorTelescope disc made by Corning Glass Works of Corning, New York during its cross-country train ride to Pasadena in1936,...

News Photo: Men checking on the height of the structure ... Pyrex, Corning Glass, New York, Telescope, In The Heights, Pop Culture, Nyc, Image, Things To Do

Men checking on the height of the structure around the 200 inch Hale...

Men checking on the height of the structure around the 200 inch Hale Pyrex Mirror Telescope disc as it passes under a bridge. The telescope, made by Corning Glass Works of New York, made several...

Your place to buy and sell all things handmade Wooden Crate Boxes, Vintage Wooden Crates, Wood Boxes, Fruit Crates, Fruit Stands, Seed Packets, Wood Slats, Buckets, Pallets

Vintage Wooden Fruit Crate | Etsy

Really cool vintage wooden crate, originally used for oranges. Label is marked Palomar Brand, grown and packed by Escondido Orange Ass'n. Escondido, Calif. This piece would be great for storing any number of items and would also make a fabulous end table or night stand. In good vintage condition. Piece is sturdy, with minimal splitting in the wood slats. Label is in good condition, with some scuffs and slight peeling on 2 corners, but bright and colorful. Measures about 26" x 12" x 12"…

1951 Ad Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Oakland Palomar Mountain San Diego Color Grading, Print Ads, Big Eyes, Vintage Advertisements, San Diego, Mountain, Print Advertising, Vintage Ads, Mountaineering

1951 Ad Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Oakland Palomar Mountain San Diego CO

This is an original 1951 color print ad for the Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation of Oakland, California. Featured in the ad is the observatory in San Diego County known as Palomar Mountain. CONDITION This 60+ year old Item is rated Very Fine +. Light aging throughout. Moderate wrinkling. No natural defects. Some light surface rub. No tears. No water damage. Product Type: Original Print Ad; Color Grade: Very Fine + Dimensions: Approximately 10 x 12.5 inches; 25 x 32 cm Authentication…

1951 Ad Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Oakland Palomar Mountain San Diego Color Grading, Print Ads, Big Eyes, Vintage Advertisements, San Diego, Mountain, Print Advertising, Vintage Ads, Mountaineering

1951 Ad Kaiser Aluminum Chemical Oakland Palomar Mountain San Diego CO

This is an original 1951 color print ad for the Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation of Oakland, California. Featured in the ad is the observatory in San Diego County known as Palomar Mountain. CONDITION This 60+ year old Item is rated Very Fine +. Light aging throughout. Moderate wrinkling. No natural defects. Some light surface rub. No tears. No water damage. Product Type: Original Print Ad; Color Grade: Very Fine + Dimensions: Approximately 10 x 12.5 inches; 25 x 32 cm Authentication…

Optical telescope observatory, like the one on Mount Palomar, is a classic image for anyone interested in astronomy and space science. Classic Image, Shape Of You, Telescope, Astronomy, Snug Fit, Sensitive Skin, First Love, Baseball Hats, Science

Astronomy Observatory Adult Cloth Face Mask

Optical telescope observatory, like the one on Mount Palomar, is a classic image for anyone interested in astronomy and space science.

Astronomy and telescope diagram by Popular Mechanics, 1939 Popular Mechanics, Telescope, Astronomy, Pop Culture, Diagram, Astrophysics

Astronomy and telescope diagram by Popular Mechanics, 1939

Artwork by Popular Mechanics 1939 of the Hale telescope at Palomar (based on an earlier sketch by Russell W. Porter) Space Telescope, Light Year, Popular Mechanics, Astronomy, Sketch, Artwork, Sketch Drawing, Work Of Art, Telescope

The Wonders of Astronomy: The Cutting Edge Space Telescope...of 1939

In the February 1939 issue, Popular Mechanics explored the most advanced telescope of the era on Palomar Mountain, northeast of San Diego. Here's how it worked.

The Hale reflector was for many years the world's largest and was unrivalled in its light-grasp. The diagram shows the primary mirror (1); observer's cage (2); Cassegrain focus (3); the Coudé focus (4); and the southern end of the polar axis (5); the Cassegrain and Coude' secondary mirrors (6); the right ascension drive (7); the declination axis (8); the dome shutter, with an opening of 9 meters (30 feet) (9); the 42-meter (137-foot) dome (10); the primary focus, 16.5-meter (54-foot) (11)… Focus 4, The Diagram, Shutter, Telescope, Worlds Largest, Cage, Mirrors, Blind

The Hale reflector was for many years the world's largest and was unrivalled in its light-grasp. The diagram shows the primary mirror (1); observer's cage (2); Cassegrain focus (3); the Coudé focus (4); and the southern end of the polar axis (5); the Cassegrain and Coude' secondary mirrors (6); the right ascension drive (7); the declination axis (8); the dome shutter, with an opening of 9 meters (30 feet) (9); the 42-meter (137-foot) dome (10); the primary focus, 16.5-meter (54-foot) (11)…

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A SCT at Palomar in 1952 ? Cloudy Nights, Rare Pictures, Famous People, Pop Culture, Classic, Derby, Classic Books, Celebrities, Celebs

A 8" SCT at Palomar in 1952 ? - Classic Telescopes - Cloudy Nights

A 8 SCT at Palomar in 1952 ? - posted in Classic Telescopes: Hi,In reading some old issues of NG, I found in the February 1952 issue page 249 an intriguing and rare picture showing not only some famous people (Hubble, DuBridge and Bowen) but also what looks to a 8 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope.I have well some old catalogs of telescope (Zeiss, Clave, etc), but of course this design was till unknown in the amateur market, and I do not find any trace of such a german mount.Is there a reader…

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"Stars" sign display opens at History Museum | Valley Roadrunner

To commemorate the return of the historic "Highway to the Stars" signs, the Valley Center History Museum has created a display featuring vintage photos, maps, newspaper ads and various docu

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Palomar Observatory: 1936

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