Description of a Chronograph, adapted for measuring the varying velocity of a body in motion through the air, and for other purposes ... An extract from the Proceedings of the Royal Artillery Institution, Woolwich
London; Deighton, Bell & Company: Cambridge, 1866 - 32 pages
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