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Scientists Declare. "N. G. C.
2419" Appears 990 Quadrillion
Miles From Sun.
Discovery Raises Estimated Diameter
of Galactic System to
350,000 Light Years.
By the Associated Presg. j
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., October 11.? |
A new outpost of the stellar system j
has been found. As a result, man's !
knowledge of the limits of the milky ;
way has been extended by 50,000 to
100,000 parsecs, or light years?that j
is, the known stellar system probably
has a great diameter of between two
quintillions one hundred quadrillions
| of miles and two quintillions four
hundred quadrillions of miles. This
j represents a newly estimated great
i diameter for the galactic system of
| 550,000 to 400,000 parsecs. It was
only a few years ago that scientists
placed the furthermost limits of the
milky way at 30,000 parsecs.
This latest increase in the stellar
system as it is known to man came
with observation of photographs of
I a globular cluster of stars in the
constellation Lynx, by Dr. Lampland
of the Lowell observatory and by
I'rof. Harlow Shapley and the staff of
the Harvard College observatory.
Sets ?w Limit.
The cluster, of uncommon interest
because it is one of the faintest and
most distant known, occurs about
; sixty degrees from the nearest previously
Known globular cluster and
nearly opposite the region in which
these dusters are mainly concentrated.
In the official bulletin issued at
the Harvard observatory regarding
this far-tiung bunch of stars a slight
qualification was made, saying that
turther observation was being made
to justify the present beliel. Obj
servatory officials, however, said that
j for practical purposes it could be
assumed that the cluster had been
established as typical, and, this being
true, a new boundary for the starry
spaces had been found. :
105,000 Light Year* From Sun.
This new outpost of the skies is |
known to astronomers as N. G. C.
2419. It appears to be 165.000 light
years, or y90 quadrillions of miles,
from the sun, and, the distance between
the- sun and the earth being
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scheme of astronomy, it would be
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earth. This distance is exceeded by
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The Harvard announcement went
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statement that "the distance from the
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clusters is more than 200,OOu light
years, and the distance separating N.
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faint globular cluster in the opposite
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550,000 light years."
Equity Association Official Says
Producers Demand Scenes That
Result in Injuries.
By the Associated Press.
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as, for instance, explosives discharged
nearby without the actor's knowledge,
even though at the time he
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Relations to Be Discussed at Dinner
in Washington.
CLEVELAND, October 11.?Plans
for a discussion at a dinner in Washington
April 21 of the newspaper in
its relation to public affairs by men
of national and international prominence
were made at a meeting of the
board of directors of the American
Society of Newspaper Editors here
The dinner will mark the close of
the annual meeting of the society,
which the board voted to hold in
Washington April 20 and 21. While
the names of those who will address
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