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oa MNASSA : Monthly Notes of the Astronomical Society of South Africa - The atmosphere of Venus

Volume 1941, Issue 11
  • ISSN : 0024-8266

 

Abstract

Mr. Theodore Mackenzie F.R.A.S. of Grahamstown has prepared the following summary of a very interesting article by H.N. Russell in which he sets out the possibility that the dense clouds covering the surface of Venus are composed of formaldehyde. Canon E.B. Ford F.R.A.S. has communicated an account of observations of Jupiter�s satellites made with the 27 inch refractor at the Lament Hussey Observatory at Bloemfontein. He used a x24-6 eyepiece. Mr Hirst discussed ways in which a star can convert its mass into energy.

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