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Letter from an Joseph Norman Lockyer, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'Spectroscopic observations of the sun.—No. II' by Joseph Norman Lockyer

Reference number: RR/6/165

Date: 10 February 1869

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Gives thanks for the second referee's report. Refers to the comments of Charles Pritchard [RR/6/164] and has responded with 'how the matter really stood'. Refers to work of Robert Edmond Grant and Macmillan [?].

Subject: Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society]

Reference number
RR/6/165
Earliest possible date
10 February 1869
Physical description
Letter on paper
Page extent
2 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Letter from an Joseph Norman Lockyer, to George Gabriel Stokes, regarding a paper 'Spectroscopic observations of the sun.—No. II' by Joseph Norman Lockyer, 10 February 1869, RR/6/165, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_6_165/letter-from-an-joseph-norman-lockyer-to-george-gabriel-stokes-regarding-a-paper-spectroscopic-observations-of-the-sunno-ii-by-joseph-norman-lockyer, accessed on 21 May 2024

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