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Nature volume 71, pages 306307 (26 January 1905) | Download Citation



THE REPORTED SIXTH SATELLITE OF JUPITER.—A telegram from the Kiel Centralstelle gives the position of a minor planet, P.V., photographed by Prof. Wolf on January 23.135 at the Konigstuhl Observatory, at 7h. 8.8m. (Konigstuhl M.T.), as R.A. = 1h. 31m. 59s., dec. = +8° 36′ 13″.

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