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POSSIBLE CHANGES IN SATURN'S RINGS.—At the meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society, held on Friday last, it was announced that a telegram had been received, by Sir David Gill, from Prof. Todd, in which he said:—” Near the extremities of the major axes of the bright outer ring of Saturn, with the aid of a powerful telescope, I have observed a certain sparkling flocculence which I interpreted to be a dissipation of the ring.”

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