Our Astronomical Column

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    THE SOLAR ECLIPSE OF JANUARY 24.-This eclipse cannot be regarded as of great importance for the study of solar physics, owing to the unfavourable season of the year, and the rather low altitude of the sun at all the land portions of the track of totality. The eclipse derives some interest, however, from the populous regions which it traverses in Canada and the N.E. corner -of the United States, including some outlying districts of New York.

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    Our Astronomical Column. Nature 115, 97 (1925) doi:10.1038/115097a0

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