Fall of Temperature during the Solar Eclipse

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IT was recorded in NATURE for July 23, p. 120, that at Bangor the fall of temperature during the total solar eclipse of June 29 was not more than 0°.5 C. At Stonyhurst it is reported that no fall of temperature was observed. At Southport there was a slight fall like that at Bangor. Observations at a position on the sands opposite the northern end of the promenade gave the following result:

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ASHWORTH, J. Fall of Temperature during the Solar Eclipse. Nature 120, 227 (1927). https://doi.org/10.1038/120227c0

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