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M. DELAUNAY is the new director of the Paris Observatory. We must congratulate the French Government upon their appointment. M. Delaunay, who has just received the Medal of our Royal Astronomical Society for his researches on the moon's motion, is an astronomer second to none, and is in every way admirably qualified for such an important post.

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Notes . Nature 1, 486–488 (1870). https://doi.org/10.1038/001486a0

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