Markings of Mars


I HAVE recently returned by way of Tasmania from a series of visits to the chief observatories in the United States, which included a month's stay at the Lowell Observatory during the past opposition of Mars. This visit was made with the express object of testing by my own observation the reality of the data on which Dr. Lowell has based his speculations.


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WORTHINGTON, J. Markings of Mars. Nature 85, 40 (1910).

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