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The Solar Corona and After-Glow

Nature volume 31, page 192 | Download Citation

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THE inclosed extract from a letter from the Rev. A. W. Heyde, resident at Kailang in Lahoul, a hill state in the North-West Himalaya (N. lat. 32° 34′ 10″, E. long. 77° 4′ 10″), 10,000 feet above sea-level, gives an interesting notice of the solar corona and after-glow, and affords some reason for the inference that the conditions producing these appearances have been persistent, although they may not have been observed in the cloudier and more hazy atmosphere over the plains of India. Mr. Heyde's letter is dated November 3:—

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  1. Meteorological Office, India, 4, Middleton Row, Calcutta, November 21, 1884

    • HENRY F. BLANFORD

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