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Coronal Emission Lines observed at the Total Solar Eclipse of June 19, 1936

Nature volume 140, pages 724725 (23 October 1937) | Download Citation

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AT the total solar eclipse of June 19, 1936, a joint party composed of observers of the Tokyo Astronomical Observatory and the Central Meteorological Observatory of Japan, headed by me, was engaged in various sorts of observations of astrophysical as well as geophysical interest at Nissin ( λ= 9h 37.1m, φ= 43° 51´) in Hokkaido.

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  1. Tokyo Astronomical Observatory. Aug. 23.

    • RIKITI SEKIGUTI

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