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" Of the seven stars whose spectra are here announced as of Type IV., the first, second and seventh are normal. The spectra of the others contain rays of much shorter wave-length than ordinary fourth type stars. "
Circulars - Page 144
by Edward Charles Pickering, Harlow Shapley - 1909
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The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 4

Astrophysics - 1896
...The fifth column gives the character of the spectrum, followed by additional remarks when required. Of the seven stars whose spectra are here announced...spectra of the others contain rays of much shorter wave-length than ordinary fourth type stars. The spectra of two faint objects announced as peculiar...
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The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 4

Astrophysics - 1896
...The fifth column gives the character of the spectrum, followed by additional remarks when required. Of the seven stars whose spectra are here announced...spectra of the others contain rays of much shorter wave-length than ordinary fourth type stars. The spectra of two faint objects announced as peculiar...
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Publications of the Astronomical Observatory of the University of ..., Volume 2

Astronomy - 1916
...in Han>ard College Observatory Circular, No. 9, July 9, 1896. Following the table is the statement: '"Of the seven stars whose spectra are here announced as of Type IV the first, second, and seventh3 (fourth), are normal. The spectra of others contain rays of much shorter wavelength than ordinary...
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