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    A NEW COMET.—A new comet, 1922 c, was discovered by Dr. Baade at Bergedorf Observatory, Hamburg, on October 19, and observed by Prof. Strömgren at Copenhagen on October 22, 8h 15.7m G.M.T., in R.A. 19h 52m 57.78, N. Decl. 36° 57′ 38′. He gave the magnitude as 9.0, so the comet should be visible in small telescopes. Assuming uniform motion, the following are the positions for the dates named at 8h P.M.:

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