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    Naturevolume 101page134 (1918) | Download Citation



    THE APRIL METEOR SHOWER.—There is reason to believe that this display may be more abundant than usual at the ensuing return on about April 21. Of late years it has been very disappointing, and very few true Lyrids appear to have been seen since 1901. The radiant point is like that of the August Perseids, for it exhibits a diurnal shift of 1° to the eastward, the positions on successive nights being:—

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