Aberration Problems1

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    EVERYBODY knows that to shoot a bird on the wing you must aim in front of it. Every one will readily admit that to hit a squatting rabbit from a moving train you must aim behind it.

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      A lecture on "The Motion of the Ether near the Earth," by Dr. Oliver Lodge, at the Royal Institution, Friday evening, April 1, 1892.

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      Lord Rayleigh (NATURE, March 25, 1802).

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    Aberration Problems1. Nature 46, 497–502 (1892) doi:10.1038/046497a0

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