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320. 4 almost due s from Sirius. : 1-'-3 2° f, another gorgeous grouping. 6· . VIII CHART 8- A CULMINATION 9 P. ~~ YII -------------~- C Magnltude~ and Symbol,'_ Ma g 0·\ **1-2 Or brighter *2-3 * 3-4 * 4_5 * ·6 * ~-? tel ©etu'ter [8JNehula o Nova @DarkNebul, R to Z -Varia ble Stars See ' f Abbrevis ticns .. Etc. Page 21 Chart 8-A AMELOPARDUS: ~ 1127 07 3964 ~_pl:asing T r. 2. 3. 6. Sep. 7. 8. Sep. 15". Most requiting region of this odd and rather featureless constellation. OBSERVATIONAL HANDICAPS.

Sep. 1. 5-7. 3. DRACO: HI 275-8 121075 Awildernessofvariform leb. 9. Notable, 'mid glowing environs. 8. Per. 7 d. E 125056 Mag. 68. Spc. Ao. Par. 058. Oist 561 y. Sp. bin. Per. 15 yrs. R. v. 3. 22'/4. C • 9 PM .. MAY 15 Etc.. ITS IN MAS1ER HANDS. Do not despise small instruments; for in the hands of tht _ster they may become mighty engines of research and pro· cress. Argelander mapped his immortal Durchmusterung 01 over three hundred thousand stars with a two and one·hall Inch telescope! The great Huygens used a refractor that gave a -magnification of only 1001 Pickering photographed Orion witt a two and one·half inch portrait lens; and Barnard's remark· able photographs of that nebulae were achieved with an even maller lens from a cheap projecting lantern.

Etheric vIbrations transform into heat, light and electrical energy only when they encounter air) dust-motes and vapor in suspension. And yet these molecules of infinite v;:r' ety and size are shifting) sworling, pulsating in swarms an

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