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Dr. Edmondson and secretary Beryl Potter
From 1949-1966 Beryl Potter was the person who "blinked" all of the 8x10 glass plate images that were taken with the 10-inch Astrograph at the Goethe Link Observatory. She was the one who used the blink comparator (see image P0052616) that was manually used to view the plates back and forth. During this process an asteroid would appear to jump between two locations since there was a 1-hour time span difference between the two exposures.
Eastman - Safety - Kodak 106
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Edmondson, Frank K.
Potter, Beryl H.
Astronomy, Department of
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