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THE Council of the Royal Astronomical Society have awarded their gold medal to Dr. W. Huggins for his researches on the motions of stars in the line of sight and on the photographic spectra of stars and comets. The presentation takes place at the annual meeting next month. This is the second time that Dr. Huggins has received the medal, he having, in 1867, in conjunction with the late Prof. Miller, received it for his researches in astronomical physics.

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