Science: Astronomers

All the way from Germany by steamer through the Panama Canal, Professor Albert Einstein reached Pasadena last week. He declined to cross the U. S. by rail for fear of raucous rabble, pesky newshawks. Frau Einstein was with him to worry over his comforts. He will study at prim, red-roofed California Institute of Technology and the Mount Wilson Observatory for the next two months. Professor Willem de Sitter, another cosmologist, will study with him. Meanwhile in Washington met the American Astronomical Society for its annual interpretation of the heavens. Solar Burst Dr....

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