|Title||Unpublished paper, 'The evolution of our galactic system' by A W [Alexander William] Bickerton|
|Creator||Bickerton; Alexander William (1842-1929); British astronomer|
|Description||Bickerton writes: 'The following induction is based on the assumption, that the configuration, segregation, motions and general characteristics of the Milky Way, and those of the White nebulae that cluster about the poles of the galaxy, originated in the oblique interpenetration of two cosmic systems, one primordial and the other sidereal.'|
Annotations in ink throughout. Includes bibliography.
Received 15 March 1917. Not read. Communicated by Thomas Mather.
|Physical description||Ink on paper|
|Digital images||View item on Science in the Making|
|Related records in the catalogue||RR/24/9|
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|NA1288||Mather; Thomas (1856 - 1937)||1856 - 1937|