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    Naturevolume 98page379 (1917) | Download Citation



    LARGE METEOR ON JANUARY 4.—This brilliant object was observed at about 10.20 p.m. at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich; by Mrs. F. Wilson, Totteridge; by the Rev. Canon Grensted, Liverpool; and by the Rev. H. C. Bender, Chelsea, S.W. As viewed from the metropolitan district the meteor traversed the region of Pisces, while, as seen from Liverpool, the path lay amongst the stars in the western part of Canis Major.

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