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68 [[underlined]] March 14, 1912 [[/underlined]] 22^[[h]]15^[[m]] Measure of dark line in spectra of nova Gem. no. 2 I 37637 H gamma 0.0 unk.^[[dark]] line 4.4 H delta 6.8 H delta 0.0 unk.^ [[dark]] line 2.3 H gamma 6.7 I 37636 H delta 0.0 unk. line 2.3 H delta 6.8 H gamma 0.0 unk. line 4.4 H delta 6.7 This dark line may be 4173 strong in alpha Cygni [[right margin]] Dist. bet. H delta and H gamma= 6.8 this line = [[formula]] [[/right margin]] I 37637 H Beta 0.0 br.? 2.8 br.? 4.8 H gamma 5.9 H gamma 0.0 br.? 1.1 br. ? 3.0 H Beta 5.7 [[formula]] I 37644 H delta 0.0 br. 1.2 br.2.1 br.6.0 br.7.8 H gamma 3.6 H beta 9.4 H beta 0.0 br.2.7 br.4.9 H gamma 5.9 br.7.2 br.8.0 H delta 9.5 69 [[underlined]] March 23, 1912 [[/underlined]] Nova Gem. No.2 spectrum of. [[left margin]] JD 19475 [[/left margin]] Mch. 13, 1912 (JD 19475) I 37637 Class F5 with a ^[[dark]] line at about 4173 strong and one of greater lambda than H beta. Two bright sp. were bet. H gamma and H beta. Map these up with those in Class K. The one of greater lambda is apparently the same as in Class K. Get lambda. [[margin]] JD 19467 [[/margin]] AC 12978 Mch. 5, (JD 19467) No trace of the two Novae.
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