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A Brilliant Meteor

Nature volume 52, page 269 | Download Citation

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ON Sunday, July 7, about 10.45 p.m., I observed a meteor of rather peculiar character. Contrary to the general method of appearance of these objects, it came into view very gradually, and its motion was so uniform and slow that its form could be clearly discerned.

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    • CHARLES P. BUTLER

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