Nature, Band 59

Sir Norman Lockyer
Macmillan Journals Limited, 1899

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Seite 35 - ... as existing on the earth. Like the lowest hottest layer, for some reason or other, this upper layer does not write its record among the lines which build up the general spectrum. GENERAL, RESULTS REGARDING THE LOCUS OF ABSORPTION IN STELLAR ATMOSPHERES We learn from the sun, then, that the absorption which defines the spectrum of a star is the absorption of a middle region, one shielded both from the highest temperature of the lowest reaches of the atmosphere, where most tremendous...
Seite 33 - But these are the only non-metals observed. Now, with regard to the metallic substances which we find, we deal chiefly with calcium, strontium, iron, and magnesium. Others are not absolutely absent, but their percentage quantity is so small that they are negligible in a general statement. Now do these chemical elements exist indiscriminately in all the celestial bodies, so that practically, from a chemical point of view, the bodies appear to us of similar chemical constitution ? No ; it is not so....
Seite 35 - ... stars presents us with quite new phenomena. We no longer deal with absorption alone, but accompanying it we have radiation, so that the spectra contain both dark lines and bright ones. Now, since such spectra are visible in the case of new stars, the ephemera of the skies, which may be said to exist only for an instant relatively, and when the disturbance which gives rise to their sudden appearance has ceased, we find their places occupied by...

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