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HARVARD ASTRONOMERS SPOT NEW COMET IN PHOTOGRAPH

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Reports of a new tenth magnitude comet were received Saturday from the observatory at Hamburg, Germany by the authorities of the Harvard Observatory. Discovered by the astronomers Schwassmann and Wackmam, this newest addition to the realm of celestial spheres has a tail two degrees in length.

Looking at a photograph of the sky made five days ago, Harvard scientists were able to spot the comet in its orbit. The photograph was made as part of the daily routine of the Observatory.

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