THE quantity of ozone in the atmosphere at great altitudes, which for some time has been the subject of an investigation by the writer, was estimated on May 18 and 19. It was thought that, in this way, some light might be thrown on the question as to whether any electrical discharges of any magnitude took place in the higher atmosphere during the transit.
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PRING, J. Meteorological Observations during the Passage of the Earth through the Tail of Halley's Comet. Nature 83, 427 (1910). https://doi.org/10.1038/083427b0