By Charles Edward Barns
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Draw around it a circle 164 feet in diameter place upon it a mustard-seed-which represents Mercury. d this circle another, diameter 284 feet, and place upon it pea to represent Venus. Still another circle, 430 feet in diam· • and upon it another pea-the Earth. Mars, represented a large pinhead, takes a circle 654 feet; Jupiter, represented au. oran,e, takes a circle half a mile across; Saturn, a tiny ge. " To continue, if this same level field were located here in the central part of Kansas, the nearest star to our -Alpha Centauri-would be located more than 8000 miles -somewhere, let us say, off the Australian coast.
2. OI4. 226Iy. K2. ASTRONOMICAL PROGRESS. Be not under the delusion that in astronomy-any more than in any other field of man's interest and endeavor-everything -1 -2 il fixed and settled. Controversy is in the air and camps are divided into partisan groups in stellar research as in the domain of politics, theo}oKY or social science. It was so in the time of Hipparchus, of Copernicus, of Newton and Le Verrier: it will be so till the end of time. Even now there are groups conspiring to pull down what have been long regarded as the 5- 5 i- 6 1= 7 basic fundamentals; and textbooks of a past generation are receiving such drastic revision as to make the dictum of a decade gone as obsolete as astrology.
1001 celestial wonders as observed with home-built instruments by Charles Edward Barns