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The January Meteors of 1918

Naturevolume 100page365 (1918) | Download Citation

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I WATCHED the northern sky during most of the interval between 6h. and 10h. on January 3, and recorded eleven Quadrantids. The conditions were not good; there was a slight fog, through which the stars of Ursa, Draco, etc., shone dimly, and the air was frosty, the temperature being about 26°.

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