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Astronomy for Young Folks

III. February
21
IV. March
28
V. April
35
VI. May
41
VII. June
49
VIII. July
56
IX. August
64
X. September
71
XI. October
78
XII. November
84
XIII. December
90
XIV. Stars of the Southern Hemisphere
96
XV. The Milky Way or Galaxy
107
XVI. The Surface of the Sun
113
XVII. The Solar System
119
XVIII. The Origin of the Earth
127
XIX. Jupiter and His Nine Moons
139
XX. The Rings and Moons of Saturn
148
XXI. Is the Moon a Dead World
156
XXII. Comets
165
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XXIII. Meteorites
173
XXIV. The Earth As a Magnet
183
XXV. Some Effects of the Earth's Atmosphere Upon Sunlight
193
XXVI. Keeping Track of the Moon
207
XXVII. The Motions of the Heavenly Bodies
216
The Evolution of the Stars—From Red Giants to Red
Dwarfs
XXVIII.
225
XXIX. Double and Multiple Stars
230
XXX. Astronomical Distances
241
XXXI. Some Astronomical Facts Worth Remembering
250
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