Print of Bailly as an Astronomer Falling Down a Well, French, 1791 - Waddesdon Manor

Print of Bailly as an Astronomer Falling Down a Well, French, 1791 - Waddesdon Manor

'Looking at the comet till you get a criek in the neck', Thomas Rowlandson, 1811 - National Maritime Museum

'Looking at the comet till you get a criek in the neck', Thomas Rowlandson, 1811 - National Maritime Museum

Astronomer Distracted, Thomas Rowlandson, 1808-17

Astronomer Distracted, Thomas Rowlandson, 1808-17

'Old Gentleman going out to look for the Comet - sees something else', Phiz, 1830-70 - National Maritime Museum

'Old Gentleman going out to look for the Comet - sees something else', Phiz, 1830-70 - National Maritime Museum

Le Marchand de Lunettes (optical salesman takes advantage of his customer's distraction). Engraved by I. St. Helmann, 1776, after a painting by Jean Baptiste Le Prince of 1773 - National Maritime Museum

Le Marchand de Lunettes (optical salesman takes advantage of his customer's distraction). Engraved by I. St. Helmann, 1776, after a painting by Jean Baptiste Le Prince of 1773 - National Maritime Museum

'Sir Isaac Newton's courtship' (distractedly uses the lady's finger to stop his pipe), George Cruikshank, 1838

'Sir Isaac Newton's courtship' (distractedly uses the lady's finger to stop his pipe), George Cruikshank, 1838

The astronomer who fell down a well, G. Englemann, 19th century - National Maritime Museum

The astronomer who fell down a well, G. Englemann, 19th century - National Maritime Museum

Thomas Rowlandson, Syntax Stargazing

Thomas Rowlandson, Syntax Stargazing


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A colour engraving of a shocked woman of the early 1830s looking at the microscopic life present in a sample of Thames water

A colour engraving of a shocked woman of the early 1830s looking at the microscopic life present in a sample of Thames water

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