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Associated or Enrolled 1900–1918

  • Richard TaibiEmail author
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Part of the Springer Biographies book series (SPRINGERBIOGS)

Abstract

Nathaniel Porter Ball, like Grace Bingham Bessey, was another early member of the American Meteor Society (AMS) who came to meteor work later in life.

Keywords

Meteor Shower Weather Bureau Meteor Work Parabolic Orbit Meteor Watch 
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  1. 1.Temple HillsUSA

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