SHAPLEY REPORTS 2 'SUPER-GALAXIES'; Says New Groups in Southern Skies Are Each Six Billion Billion Miles in Diameter STAR EQUALS BILLION SUNS Nova Seen in North Had Such Brightness, Academy of Sciences Is Told

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SHAPLEY REPORTS 2 'SUPER-GALAXIES'; Says New Groups in Southern Skies Are Each Six Billion Billion Miles in Diameter STAR EQUALS BILLION SUNS Nova Seen in North Had Such Brightness, Academy of Sciences Is Told

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PROVIDENCE, Oct. 24--Discovery in the southern skies of two new super-galaxies, each of them about six billion billion miles in diameter, and of an exploding star in the northern skies which suddenly flared up to a brightness equivalent to the light of

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'SHAPLEY REPORTS 2 'SUPER-GALAXIES'; Says New Groups in Southern Skies Are Each Six Billion Billion Miles in Diameter STAR EQUALS BILLION SUNS Nova Seen in North Had Such Brightness, Academy of Sciences Is Told', New York Times

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“SHAPLEY REPORTS 2 'SUPER-GALAXIES'; Says New Groups in Southern Skies Are Each Six Billion Billion Miles in Diameter STAR EQUALS BILLION SUNS Nova Seen in North Had Such Brightness, Academy of Sciences Is Told,” Past Periodicals, accessed February 28, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/21065.