James Dunlop (October 23, 1793 - September 22, 1848)
Born in Dalry, Scotland.
Dunlop's Deep Sky Catalog online
Dunlop is also credited with the discovery, or first sighting, of the
"Great Comet" of 1833, C/1833 S1 Dunlop.
- James Dunlop, 1828.
A Catalogue of Nebulae and Clusters of Stars in the Southern Hemisphere
observed in New South Wales.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Vol. 118, p. 113-151
- Glen Cozens and Graeme L. White, 2001.
James Dunlop: Messier of the Southern Sky.
Sky & Telescope, Vol. 101, No. 6 (June 2001), p. 112-116.
- Glen Cozens, 2008.
An analysis of the first three catalogues of southern star clusters and
PhD thesis, James Cook University, 2008, 362 + xxi pages (June 2008)
- Glen Cozens, Andrew Walsh, and Wayne Orchiston,
James Dunlop's historical catalogue of southern nebulae and clusters.
Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 59 - 73
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