IN the expedition sent by the United States Government to Caroline Island (9° 59prime; 45″ S. lat. and 150° 14′ 24″ W. long.) to observe the total eclipse of May 6, 1883, provision was made for taking a series of meteorological observations on the occasion. The ob servations, which were of an elaborate description, are fully detailed and summarised by Mr. Upton in the Report, and they present results of exceptional interest.
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Some of the Meteorological Results of the Total Solar Eclipse of May 6, 1883 1 . Nature 31, 601 (1885). https://doi.org/10.1038/031601b0