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Nature volume 85, page 348 (12 January 1911) | Download Citation



THE JANUARY METEORS.—Mr. W. F. Denning writes:—“The night when the shower of Quadrantids or Boötids was expected proved very clear at Bristol and many other places. The display of meteors was not a very abundant one, but what the event lacked in numbers was amply compensated for by the brilliancy of the objects observed.

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