George Henry Peters
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George Henry Peters (1863–October 18, 1947) was a US astronomer. He died in Washington, D.C.
- Corbis photo with caption: Dr. George Henry Peters, of the U.S. Naval Observatory at Washington, with the 46 inch (1.2 m) lens, weighing 150 pounds (68 kg) and capable of taking a photo 195,000,000 miles (314,000,000 km) away, which is to be used to photograph total eclipse of sun on January 24.
- PASP 59 (1947) 344 (one paragraph)
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