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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 12,, 1800.
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dently entaugled in some common
bond. Schinpnrolli of Milan, bo
fumed for the discovery of tho
canals of Mars, was tho first to
detect a connection between a
comet nnd a meteor shower, tho
Persoids, tho comparatively small
shower seen in August. In De
comber, 18G5, a small comet was
seou fiom Marseilles, which io
ceived tho name of its discoverer,
It arrived at its poriholion in
January and the following No
vember appeared tho wonderful
meteoric display of 18GG. When
the orbitb wero calculated some
time afterward by different ob
servers thoy wero found to bo
identical, thus showing that tho
flwnrm was following in tho path
of the comot. Foremost among
American observers in computa
tions and theories connected with
meteoric nstrouomy was tho Into
Professor H. A. Newton of Yale
University, who died but n fw
weeks ago. Ho inclined to tho
opinion that shooting stars wero
caused by tho gradual disintegra
tion of comets. Not long ago at
a meeting of tho Amorican Philo
sophical Society, in speaking of
this subject, ho explained that tho
sun was the causo of tho different
directions sometimes tnkon by the
disintegrated particles of a comet.
"Tho material," ho stated, "that
goes off from tho comot, nftor it
loaves it, is subject to a force liko
that of attraction, but differing
from it in intensity. In tho enso
of tho tail, it is a rcpulsivo force."
In further explanation of this
unsettled problem, ho added: "It
looks to mo as though thoro was n
disintegintjon nil along tho lino
of tho comuts'fl 01 bit, giving us
small pnrtiolcs with nil sorts of
loads of oloctrioily, and all sorts
of dinViences of coutral attraction
and diltVionees of orbits, and thus
they get widely scattered, ho ns to
give lift tho hIiowgih a long dis
tance from tho comet itbelf."
Othei aatjonomers, howovor,
consider that tho meteor condition
is prior to tho cometary condition,
whilo Professor Euotmnu of
Washington is of opinion tlint th
connection is uuproven though
at least four comets aro known to
have cortaiuly moved in tho pathr.
of meteor swarms. Tho Cull
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: AT THE :-,
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