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The Brightness of Lunar Eclipses

Nature volume 113, pages 782783 (31 May 1924) | Download Citation

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IN Comptes rendus of the Paris Academy of Sciences for April 7, pp. 1266–1267, M. A. Danjon replies to criticisms of his theory of the brightness of lunar eclipses as dependent on the solar sunspot cycle, which were abstracted from E. W. Maunder (Jour. Brit. Astr. Assoc., 31, pp. 346–350, 1921) in my recent paper, “The Brightness of Lunar Eclipses, 1860–1922” (Smithson. Misc. Coll., No. 2751; Harvard Reprint, No. 7), and were confirmed within its limitations by the results set forth in my paper.

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