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Nature volume 82, pages 348349 (20 January 1910) | Download Citation



DISCOVERY OF A NEW COMET.—Telegrams from the Kiel Centralstelle announce the discovery of a new comet at Johannesburg on January 17. In the first it was stated that the comet was discovered by Mr. Drake, and was seen at and after sunrise. Its approximate position was given as five or ten degrees south-south-west of the sun, which it was approaching.

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