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    THE OCCULTATION OF SATURN, AUGUST 7, A.M.— Perhaps some observers who are provided with good telescopes may be induced to look for the occultation of the planet Saturn, on the morning of August 7, although (in the south of England) the immersion does not take place until half an hour after sunrise, and at emersion Saturn is only some five degrees above the south-western horizon,

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