THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: JUDGING THE VAST DISTANCE OF THE STARS; With Light as a Yardstick Professor Stebbins Gauges Their Remoteness by Their Color And Their Brightness -- Tasting by Electricity -- How the Universe Began

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THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: JUDGING THE VAST DISTANCE OF THE STARS; With Light as a Yardstick Professor Stebbins Gauges Their Remoteness by Their Color And Their Brightness -- Tasting by Electricity -- How the Universe Began

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THE NEW YORK TIMES published last week an enthusiastic endorsement by Professor Harlow Shapley of Harvard College Observatory of the work which Professor Joel Stebbins has been doing in judging the distances of stars. Judging is the only word that can b

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“THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: JUDGING THE VAST DISTANCE OF THE STARS; With Light as a Yardstick Professor Stebbins Gauges Their Remoteness by Their Color And Their Brightness -- Tasting by Electricity -- How the Universe Began,” Past Periodicals, accessed January 18, 2022, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/20436.