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Stories by Henry Norris Russell

Galactic Gas Clouds

A Complex System of Enormous Rarefied Clouds of Gas Moving at High Velocity Has Been Discovered

August 1, 1943 — Henry Norris Russell

Anthropocentrism's Demise

New Discoveries Lead to the Probability that There Are Thousands of Inhabited Planets in our Galaxy

July 1, 1943 — Henry Norris Russell

Planet Companions

Three Faint Companions of Stars Are Half Way In Mass Between a Star and a Planet

June 1, 1943 — Henry Norris Russell

In Flight, Troubles Begin

Innovations for the Aerial Navigator Must Be Practicable Under Actual Conditions in an Airplane

April 1, 1943 — Henry Norris Russell

Two New Discoveries

A New Star, 100,000 Times as Bright as the Sun; and an Old Cometary Puzzle Solved

February 1, 1943 — Henry Norris Russell

Star of A. D. 1054

An Unprecedented Physical Process in a Unique and Extraordinary Object

January 1, 1943 — Henry Norris Russell

Star Populations

Have Our Existing Means of Observation Given Us True Samples of Spatial Objects?

December 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

Portentous Eclipse

The Recent Eclipse of the Moon, an Odd One, Afforded Astronomers More Fun than Usual

November 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

Cometary Tails

Added Light on an Old Perplexity: The Force Which Drives the Gases from the Nuclei

October 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

The Nebular Spectrum

More Impressive Grows the Evidence for the Uniformity of Composition of Matter in Space

September 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

Star of 1054

Our Crab Nebula Proves to be a Guest-Star Strikingly Observed in China 900 Years Ago

August 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

RW Tauri

A Remarkable Eclipsing Variable Star with a Gaseous Ring Whirling About One Component

July 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

Rotating Galaxies

That the Spiral Nebulae Rotate is Now Beyond a Doubt. Our Own is Not Much Larger than Others

June 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

Astrono-Mexico

North American Astronomers Assist at Opening of Mexico's New National Observatory

May 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

New Pleiades

Recent Investigations of Proper Motions Have Added Two Dozen More Stars to the Famous Cluster

April 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell

Orbit Sleuthing

How the Astronomer Determines the Size and Shape of a Double Star's Orbit

March 1, 1942 — Henry Norris Russell
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