Reference numberAP/49/1
TitleInferences and Suggestions in Cosmical and Geological Philosophy. Second Series. On the Luminous Atomsphere of the Sun, exterior of the Photosphere; and on the Probability that the Monochromatic Spectrum from which Mr. Huggins has infered the Gaseous Constitution of certain Nebula, are due, in reality to the Luminous Atomspheres of their constitutent Stars or Suns.
DescriptionPaper by E. W. Bingley.
Extent26 sides
Access statusOpen
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