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  • The Eclipse Expedition of the Creighton University to Washington Georgia 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1901)
    First Paragraph: | Creighton University has contributed its share towards the scientific observation of the total solar, eclipse of May 28, 1900, so far as its means and circumstances permitted. As this great event occurred ...
  • Cuspidal Rosettes 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1919)
    First Paragraph: | The rose, rosette, rosace, Rosenkurve or multifolium, or whatever other name it may have, is a periodic polar curve whose equal sectors may have any angular magnitude. Its general equation, as usually ...
  • Double Star Systems 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1913)
    First Paragraph: | The continual increase in the number and size and perfection of astronomical instruments, together with the progress in the skill of men that use them and study and measure and discuss their results, are ...
  • Is Mars Inhabited? 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1909)
    First Paragraph: | The question as to whether the planet Mars is actually inhabited by a race of intelligent beings is frequently brought to our notice by the press. It is a most interesting question, not only in itself, ...
  • The Omaha Tornado 

    Rigge, William F., S.J. (1913)
    First Paragraph: | The city papers have given so much information in words and in pictures concerning the destructive tornado that visited Omaha on Easter Sunday, March 23rd, that it would be needless even to recapitulate ...

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