Lunar Zodiacal Light
The preliminary list below shows some articles in which this phenomenon is described.
- The Moon's Zodiacal Light (L.Trouvelot, American Journal of Science, 1878) (page 161 in Mysterious Universe).
- Moon's Zodiacal Light (E.S.Holden, American Journal of Science, 1878) (page 162 in Mysterious Universe).
- Zodiacal Light Section, Interim Report (P.B.Molesworth, Journal of the British Astronomical Association, 1900) (page 359 in Mysterious Universe: Influence of the Moon and Brighter Planets).
- Zodiacal Light Notes (W.E.Glanville, Popular Astronomy, 1930) (page 361 in Mysterious Universe: Moon Zodiacal Light).
- The Zodiacal Band (R.B.Bousfield, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 1934) (page 363 in Mysterious Universe: Lunar Zodiacal Light).
The commonly known Zodiacal Light (which could be observed before dawn in the eastern sky and after dusk in the western sky) :
See also: Kordylewski Cloud :
- Zodiacal Band (George S. Mumford, Sky and Telescope, 1967) (Kazimierz Kordylewski and the mottled appearance of the Zodiacal Band at the Lagrangian Triangular Points L4 and L5).
- Non-USGS scientists, including Charles Wood of LPL, also attempted unsuccessfully to photograph the Kordylewski clouds (see note 22 on page 382 of the book TO A ROCKY MOON by Don E. Wilhelms).