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SUSPECTED NEW STARS RECORDED IN OLD CHRONICLES AND AMONG RECENT MERIDIAN OBSERVATIONS

Knut Lundmark
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Vol. 33, No. 195 (October, 1921), pp. 225-238
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40668518
Page Count: 15
Subjects: Astronomy
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SUSPECTED NEW STARS RECORDED IN OLD CHRONICLES AND AMONG RECENT MERIDIAN OBSERVATIONS
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    Publ. A.S.P. S3, 219, 1921.
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Krabbe Johannes. Cometa so Anno 1604, den 3
    • Magdeburg 1605.
    • Gründlicher und warer Bericht von den newen Cometstern so in der Lufft unter dem Himmel gesehen nach dem Niedergang der Sonnen in October und Novemb. des M.DC. IV Jahre. Eisleben 1605.
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    Observations of Comets from a. C 611 to A. D. 1640 extracted trom Chinese annals. London 1871.
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    Publ. A. S. P., 33, 219, 1921.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Publ.A. S. P. 33, 219, 1921
    • Astr. Nach. 213, 315, 1921
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    Holetschek, Grösse und Helligkeit der Kometenschweifen I. Wien Denkschr. 53, 1896.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ludendorff, Astr. Nach. 209, 273, 1919;
    • Miss A. J. Cannon, Harv. Annals, 81, No. 3, 1920.
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    Dreyer Mon. Not., 77, 528, 1917 and 78, 343, 1918.
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    Holetschek, Op. cit.