Our Astronomical Column

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    DISCOVERY OF A NEW COMET, 1910b.—A telegram from the Kiel Centralstelle announces the discovery of a new comet by M. Pidoux at the Geneva Observatory. The position of the comet on February 20, at 7h. 10m. (Geneva M.T.), was R.A.=oh. 46m. 22.1s., dec. = +7° 50′ 41″, and the daily motion was −2.4 m. in R.A. and −24′ in declination.

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    Our Astronomical Column . Nature 82, 499–500 (1910). https://doi.org/10.1038/082499a0

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