A Formula for the Vicosity of Liquids by Phillips H. B.

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August 47 48 September 49 September K E Y S TA R S The Summer Triangle remains prominent as darkness falls in September skies. Arcturus is vanishing below the northwestern horizon. From the Summer Triangle the stardust trail of the Milky Way leads eastwards to Cassiopeia and Perseus, while Capella twinkles brightly in the north-east. The Square of Pegasus is high in the south-east, while below it lies lonely Fomalhaut, just brushing the southern horizon for far-northern observers. In the east Aldebaran and the stars of Taurus appear, heralding the autumn.

Ursa Major is the third-largest constellation in the sky. The seven stars that make up the familiar saucepan shape of the Plough or Dipper are only part of the complete constellation, forming the rump and tail of the bear. All the stars of the Saturn 2007 Stationary on the border between Leo and Cancer at mag. 3. 2008 Visible for most of the night in Leo, to the left of Regulus, at mag. 5. 2009 Visible for most of the night under the body of Leo at mag. 7. 2010 Visible for most of the night between Virgo and Leo at mag.

5. Barnard’s Star has a mass about 15 per cent that of the Sun, and is 2300 times fainter than the Sun. Barnard’s Star lies to the left of Beta (β) Ophiuchi, near the 5th-magnitude star 66 Ophiuchi, which is slightly variable. The chart shows how rapidly the star’s position moves. Observe it over a period of years so that you, too, can detect the motion of this runaway star. June 39 40 July 41 July K E Y S TA R S Brilliant blue-white Vega sparkles like a sapphire overhead, leading the Summer Triangle of stars across the July sky.

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