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Halley's Comet

Nature volume 85, pages 349351 (12 January 1911) | Download Citation

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ALTHOUGH our British skies were so unfavourable for observations of Halley's comet, the almost constant flow of published results shows that those astronomers more fortunately situated in clearer atmospheres and lower latitudes reaped a rich harvest; some of the most striking results are briefly referred to below.

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