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  • Realm of Science January 20th 1913 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1913)
    First Paragraph: | The latter part of November the Observatory was honored by the presence of G. D. Swezey, professor of astronomy in the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. As he was on the point of replacing his own small ...
  • Realm of Science April 20th 1913 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1913)
    First Paragraph: | The Woolworth Building, now nearing completion in New York City, is the highest building ever erected on earth. Its top is 785 feet above the sidewalk, and its foundation is 120 feet below it, so that ...
  • Realm of Science May 20th 1913 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1913)
    First Paragraph: | The National Geographic Magazine for February has an interesting and richly illustrated article on the eruption, of Katmai Volcano in Alaska on June 6, 1912. Although fortunately not a single life was ...
  • Realm of Science November 20th 1912 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1912)
    First Paragraph: | Cloudy weather prevented the observation in Omaha of of two interesting astronomical events. The first, on September 15th, was the passage of Jupiter and his moons very close to the 4.5 magnitude star, ...
  • Realm of Science October 20th 1913 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1913)
    First Paragraph: | Three very important scientific meetings have lately been held in Europe. The first was that of the International Union for Solar Research which was convened in Bonn, Germany, from July 30th to August ...

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