Vol. 17 No. #467

More Stories from the March 22, 1930 issue

  1. Astronomers Acclaim New Planet

    Science News-Letter | March 22, 1930 — The report from Flagstaff of the discovery of a faint, slow-moving object which can most reasonably be interpreted as a ninth major planet of the solar system again emphasizes man's ability to see beyond his power of vision and to grasp what lies beyond his reach.

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  2. The Prediction of the New Planet: A Classic of Science

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  3. Maya Stone Road Links Two City Ruins

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  4. In Various Science Fields

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  5. Nature Ramblings: The Tastes of an Octopus

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  6. Traces of Sloth, Man Found Together

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  7. New Comet

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  8. First Glances at New Books

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  9. Back Matter

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  10. Front Matter

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  11. Black as Coal, Dense as Zinc

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  12. The Sun’s New Trans-Neptunian Planet

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