Frederick James Hargreaves
He was considered the foremost optician in Britain, and was noted for his skill in mirror making and other optics for astronomical telescopes. He also made a series of observations and drawings of the turbulence in the belts and zones of Jupiter's atmosphere.
Awards and honors
- The size of the universe, 1948, Penguin Books.
- A Description of a Reflecting Telescope with Unusual Features, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 3 (March 1962) 25-30.
- A Home-made Equatorial, The Observatory, 49 (Oct. 1926) 299-302.
- The Northumberland Telescope at Cambridge Observatory, The Observatory 60 (Dec. 1937) 322-325.
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