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Realm of Science December 20th 1913
First Paragraph: | While wireless telegraphy may justly be called one of the greatest inventions of our day, its use has spread so rapidly and its manipulation is mastered by so many youthful amateurs, that it behooves ...
The Astronomical Observatory
A list of facts related to Creighton's Observatory regarding the building, location, scientific instruments, and national recognition. Published by Creighton University
Realm of Science October 20th 1914
First Paragraph: | Readers of “The Chronicle” may remember that mention was made in two previous numbers (February and March, 1914), of a series of eight astronomical panoramic views taken from the dome of the Observatory ...
Astronomical Panoramic Views From a City Observatory
First Paragraph: | The astronomical panoramic views presented in this article were taken for the purpose of teaching students the circles of the celestial sphere and the magnitude of circular measure. They consist of a ...
First Paragraph: | The many important improvements recently made in the Observatory are the cause of the present article. In mentioning these improvements, the opportunity is taken to speak of the nature of the Observatory, ...
Realm of Science December 20th 1914
First Paragraph: | Hon. John A. McShane has lately presented the Scientific Department with a most valuable selection of lantern slides. He had bought them several years ago while on his trip around the world. As he has ...
First Paragraph: | Creighton University offers its students facilities in the study of practical Astronomy that are surpassed by few institutions in the country. The Observatory that it places at their command is of the ...