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Constitution of the Planets

Nature volume 162, pages 345346 (28 August 1948) | Download Citation



MORE than thirty pages of the first part for this year of the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society are devoted to "Reports on the Progress of Astronomy", under which is included "The Constitution of the Planets", "Solar Activity", "Comets"and "Double Stars". By far the longest of these is the first, and it is possible to glance at only a few of the points dealt with by Rupert Wildt.

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