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123601 Vis. 7. 78. Per. 3 y. F. Oneof the finest pairs visible! , 1718. 4. 1. RVUS: .. Raven" is a limi ted asterism: but for full measure bounties, with clear skies, a real multum in pan·u. 5. 3. 0. 4d. 6'f. 8. Dull-gold star. secor. of the quadrangle. 68 Hydrae 123526 Glob. CI. Imposing. WRITE THEIR OWN AUTOGRAPHS. aves of light-and precisely what they are we do not know ing trillions of oscillations per second, started on their journey across space towards us ten thousand years ago. what is the medium, if there be one, which carried them this expanse we do not know.