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The Appulse of Jupiter to a Fixed Star on November 20

Nature volume 23, page 170 | Download Citation

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REFERRING to a request appearing in NATURE, vol. xxiii. p. 158, I may say that the approach of Jupiter to B.D. + 2.97 was well observed here, and I found that the star, when perpendicular to the belts, was 4″.05 distant from the northern limb. The definition was good, and the measure, I should say, pretty exact.

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    • JOHN BIRMINGHAM

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