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" ... an incontestibly stiller image than when still air was used. As a further test, a series of artificial double stars was now provided, and the concave mirror, acting both as collimator and objective, brought the images to focus, where they were examined... "
The American Journal of Science - Page 87
1903
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Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Volume 15

Astronomy - 1903
...being also colored by diffraction effects, reminded one of a kaleidoscope field. On starting the blower the definition immediately became sharp. Violently stirring the air in the tube, therefore, eliminates the "boiling" within the tube and (paradoxically) produces a still image. As...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1903
...being also colored by diffraction effects, reminded one of a kaleidoscope field. On starting the blower the definition immediately became sharp. Violently stirring the air in the tube, therefore, eliminates the "boiling" within the tube and (paradoxically) produces a still image. As...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

Science - 1903
...examined by an eyepiece. With the stillcsi air obtainable, the images were not sharp and only tincoarsest doubles were resolvable. Then the blower was started...within the tube itself when using ordinary still air. Thi.experimeiit concerned the air within the hori/.ontal tube onlv. i have next taken up the solar...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1902

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1903
...series of artificial double stars was now provided, and the concave mirror, acting both an colliumtor and objective, brought the images to focus, where...stirring the air in the tube, then, eliminates all or nearlv all the "boiling" of the stellar image which arises within the tube itself when using ordinary...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Part 1

Discoveries in science - 1903
...lieing also colored by diffraction effects, reminded nm1 of a kaleidoscope field. On starting the blower the definition immediately became sharp. Violently stirring the air in the tube, therefore, eliminates the "boiling" within the tube and (paradoxically) produces a still image. As...
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Philosophical Magazine

Science - 1903
...mirror, acting both as collimator and objective, brought the images to focus, where they were examined by an eyepiece. With the stillest air obtainable, the...above tube. This is clearly improved by the stirring, but, as a supplementary improvement, 1 have wished to try a tube something like a prolonged dew-cap,...
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