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Untitled A MAP OF THE CHIEF PLAINS AND CRATERS OF THE MOON 32 A DIAGRAM OF A STREAM OF METEORS SHOWING THE EARTH PASSING THROUGH THEM 32 COMET, SEPTEMBER 29, 1908 33 Photo: Royal Observatory, Greenwich. COMET, OCTOBER 3, 1908 33 Photo: Royal Observatory, Greenwich. TYPICAL SPECTRA 36 Photo: Harvard College Observatory. A NEBULAR REGION SOUTH OF ZETA ORIONIS 37 Photo: Mount Wilson Observatory. STAR CLUSTER IN HERCULES 37 Photo: Astrophysical Observatory, Victoria, British Columbia. THE GREAT NEBULA IN ORION 40 Photo: Yerkes Observatory. GIANT SPIRAL NEBULA, MARCH 23, 1914 41 Photo: Lick Observatory. A SPIRAL NEBULA SEEN EDGE-ON 44 Photo: Mount Wilson Observatory. 100-INCH TELESCOPE, MOUNT WILSON 45 Photo: H. J. Shepstone. THE YERKES 40-INCH REFRACTOR 48 THE DOUBLE-SLIDE PLATE-HOLDER ON YERKES 40-INCH REFRACTING
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Unformatted text preview: TELESCOPE 49 Photo: H. J. Shepstone. MODERN DIRECT-READING SPECTROSCOPE 49 By A. Hilger, Ltd. CHARLES DARWIN 56 Photo: Rischgitz Collection. LORD KELVIN 56 Photo: Rischgitz Collection. A GIANT SPIRAL NEBULA 57 Photo: Lick Observatory. METEORITE WHICH FELL NEAR SCARBOROUGH AND IS NOW TO BE SEEN IN THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 57 Photo: Natural History Museum. A LIMESTONE CANYON 60 Reproduced from the Smithsonian Report, 1915. GEOLOGICAL TREE OF ANIMALS 61 DIAGRAM OF AMOEBA 61 A PIECE OF A REEF-BUILDING CORAL, BUILT UP BY A LARGE COLONY OF SMALL SEA-ANEMONE-LIKE POLYPS, EACH OF WHICH FORMS FROM THE SALTS OF THE SEA A SKELETON OR SHELL OF LIME 64 From the Smithsonian Report, 1917. A GROUP OF CHALK-FORMING ANIMALS, OR FORAMINIFERA, EACH Page 5...
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