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10 Sept. 16, 1911 B 42332 13 13.5 -73 Type IV? A.J.C. Known, tau Muscae Shows only one bright band. On B 13468, marked Type IV. New. This is a (3,6,10) star only very faint. Pec. on B 39170 Mrs. F. Mb on B 13468, Mrs. F. on B 39170 (0,4,10) On B 13763, banded like (3,6,10) only (3) band is not seen. Absorption is stronger than in (0,6,10) and whole effect is more banded. 11 Sept. 16, 1911 chi Cass. B 36639 Trace of sp. in position but too ft. to classify. I 2291 nothing seen I 33407 nothing seen I 36820 nothing seen. +62° 596 [[strikethrough]] zeta [[/strikethrough]] mu Camelop. I 33486 One faint bright band seen. Probably Na. I 659 Too faint. (3 58 +61 Also on plate. Marked Nd Class VI?) U Cam (cont.) I 36670 very faint probably Na I 639 very ft. probably Na.
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