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Eclipse Observations in Sumatra, January 14, 1926

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EXCEPT for an Italian expedition to the east coast of Africa, all the astronomical expeditions to observe the eclipse of January 14 stationed themselves in Sumatra. A Dutch expedition under Dr. van der Bilt, with Prof. Pannekoek, Dr. Moll, and Dr. Mynnaert, was at Talangbetoetoe on the central line, near Palem-bang. Its programme was mainly spectroscopic and spectrophoto-metric-the distribution of gases in the layers of the corona being a special problem attacked. Most unfortunately, this station was clouded out completely.

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STRATTON, F. Eclipse Observations in Sumatra, January 14, 1926. Nature 117, 306–308 (1926). https://doi.org/10.1038/117306a0

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