Munday, Septemb. 9. 1666.
Observations made in several places, Of the late Eclipse of the Sun, which hapned on the 22 of June, 1666.
|The Eclipse began at||5h.||43′||h|
Its Duration hence appears to have been one hour and 54 m. Its greatest Obscurity somewhat more than 7. digits. About the middle, between the Perpendicular and Westward Horizontal Radius of the Sun, viewing it through Mr Boyle's 60. foot Telescope, there was perceived a little of the Limb of the Moon without the Diske of the Sun: which seemed to some of the Observers to come from some shining Atmosphere about the Body either of the Sun or Moon.
They affirm to have observ'd the Figure of this Eclipse, and measured the