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Nature volume 88, page 526 (15 February 1912) | Download Citation



THE CHANGES ON SATURN'S RINGS.—From the current number of The Observatory we learn that Prof. Todd claims an alternative translation for his telegram (which was in Latin) concerning the changes on, and probable “dissipation “of, Saturn's rings. It is suggested that the term “dissipation” did not refer to the actual rings.

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