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Herschel's wonder! M 50 065908 Fine Cl, Blood-ruby star in center. CA IS MAJOR: The main features of The Greater Dog lie within these hours-a rather limited domain, nevertheless charming. \l. 7-8. Sep, 3". Ruby-topaz. CL 1410f. 064016 Vis. bin. 5. IX= 7",5. Per. 49,3y. Par. 91y, Spc, Ao. 56, and brightness, 30 X Sun. Weight. I ton per cubic inch I Eddington. Inconceivably high velocity in space, yet has moved only the lVoon's breadth since the time of Ptolemy. Surface temp. 18,000°F Were it as close to us as our Sun, it would consume the earth instantly' But the "white dwarf" companion to Sirius presents the SUpreme celestial paradox.
1001 celestial wonders as observed with home-built instruments by Charles Edward Barns