Intermittent Glow of the Tail of the New Comet

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IN Mr. Rolston's interesting and valuable article on the new comet (NATURE, January 27) reference is made to the statement of the Rev. F. J. Jervis-Smith that several persons observing at Lymington on January 22 thought the tail appeared to flash slightly and continuously.

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ELGIE, J. Intermittent Glow of the Tail of the New Comet. Nature 82, 399 (1910). https://doi.org/10.1038/082399a0

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