A Luminous Object Suspected to be a Comet

A. Estelle Glancy
1916 Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific  
It is not considered, however, that its nature can be established without observations from other points. Requests for observations were sent to the newspapers but no reports have been received. Dr. Glancy has investigated the question of an orbit for the positions, which is also interesting from a theoretical standpoint on account of the possibility of such a close approach, and her results follow.
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