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Nature volume 128, page 229 (08 August 1931) | Download Citation

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Nagata's Comet, 1931 b.—This proves to be the brightest comet observed for several years. The following orbit and ephemeris have been circulated from the U.A.I. Bureau at Copenhagen. They are by Mr. Berman:

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