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    Naturevolume 115page653 (1925) | Download Citation



    COMETS.—Mr. B. M. Peek of Boscombe and Mr. G. P. B. Hallowes of Wimborne have succeeded in obtaining a considerable number of observations of Reid's Comet though its meridian altitude was only 11°. Two of Mr. Peek's observations are given (referred to the equinox of 1925).

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