HMS Challenger apparatus, 1870s

HMS Challenger apparatus, 1870s

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Credit: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, LONDON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: HMS Challenger apparatus. Laboratory equipment used on the survey ship HMS Challenger. This scientific expedition, organised by the Royal Society which installed extensive scientific equipment on the ship, spent four years (1872-1876) surveying the world's oceans. The expedition included both a photographer and an official artist, John James Wild (1812-1900), who drew this artwork.

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