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The New Comet (1910a)

Nature volume 82, pages 372373 (27 January 1910) | Download Citation

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THE comet discovered near Johannesburg on January 16, as announced in last week's NATURE, has justified the opinion then expressed as to its becoming a brilliant object in our evening skies. From many parts of the civilised world we hear of crowds gathering to watch the rare phenomenon, and the daily Press, despite the General Election excitement, has devoted considerable space to the description of the “Daylight Comet.”

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