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The Fixed Stars1

Nature volume 30, pages 135137 | Download Citation



THERE is no science which has so long and so continuously occupied the thoughtful minds of successive generations of men as has astronomy; and of its various branches there is one which has for all ages possessed a special fascination, viz. that of sidereal astronomy.

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