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Potentials during the Solar Eclipse

Naturevolume 120page120 (1927) | Download Citation

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OWING to adverse weather conditions we were unable to take any photographs of the solar eclipse at Bangor. Certain other observations which were made may be of interest. A thermometer mounted on a stand in the open and viewed through a telescope recorded a drop in temperature of only 0°.5 C., the actual temperature at the time of totality being 8°.5 C.

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  1. Physics Department, University College of North Wales, Bangor

    • E. A. OWEN
    •  & H. I. JONES

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