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14 Sept. 16, 1911 Class R stars +61° 667 on I 33486 not (3,6,10) 15 Sept. 16, 1911 +1 [[strikethrough]] 9 [[/strikethrough]] 7° 979 5 35.5 +17 29 Marked on orig. printer's copy, Class IV Na. New Flemming Pl I 38274 [[strikethrough]] +19° [[/strikethrough]] +17° 979 looks to me like any Mb star. A little n of this sp. there appears to be an absorption band but on superposing on chart pl. this band appears to be H beta of another star. Marked on I 36372 Chart I 2819 object marked No. 1433 Sp. Ma I 2538 poor K5? I 689 obj. 881 I 31403 Sp. K or Ma
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