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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-408

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402 DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES The Spectroscope-Elementary Principles of Spectrum Analysis-The Solar Spectrum and KirchhofFs Discovery- Physical Constitution of the Sun Eclipses of the Sun Corona and Red Flames Fee £1 Is Lent Term 1892 Comets Meteors Stars and Nebulae Comets their Orbits Head Tail Coma Nucleus Jets and Envelopes-Their Probable Number and Physical Constitu- tion Luminous Meteors-November Showers-Meteorites their Chemical and Physical Constitution The Stars and how to learn them-Scintillation of the Stars-Number of Stars visible to the Naked Eye and in large telescope The Constellations-Designation of Stars-Their proper motion and the motion of the Sun in space-Distances of some Stars and Methods of Measurement The Spectroscope applied to the Study of the Stars-Stellar Chemistry-Four Orders of Stars their relative ages-Stellar Photography Double and Multiple Stars-Distinction between Optical and Physical doubles-Coloured Stars and the Worlds ruled by them-Variable Stars and their Attendant Worlds-Tern- porary Stars-Spectroscopic evidence of the Physical Changes going on in them Star clusters and Nebulae-Varieties of Nebulae- Relative distribution of Stars and Nebulae-Spectroscopic evidence as to the nature of Nebulae-Evidences of Progressive Change -Worlds forming-Cosmogony and the Nebular hypothesis Fee £1 Is
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