Stellar Movements and the Structure of the Universe

@article{HCStellarMA,
  title={Stellar Movements and the Structure of the Universe},
  author={P. H.C.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={94},
  pages={584-585}
}
THE history of astronomy is in some ways exceptional among the sciences. It is the most laborious of all, and from this fact arises a certain apparent discontinuity. For years the work goes on, and outwardly there is no very conspicuous result beyond the piling up of records the true value of which must often be far from obvious at the time. Naturally, this part of the burden falls largely on the professional astronomer, though we do not forget men like Groom-bridge, inspired by a faith not… CONTINUE READING

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