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Volume 27, Issue 4

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Confronting the final disaster

It was an ordinary, cloudless morning in England on September 1, 1859. This was the heyday of the Victorian amateur scientist, before science became institutional. One such amateur astronomer, Richard Carrington, was doing what he often did, which was monitor the sun.

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