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Deutsch: Sonne (nach Photogr. von Lohse in Potsdam); a Flecken; b Fackeln; f Orientierungsfaden im Fernrohr
|Source||Brockhaus Kleines Konversations-Lexikon (5. Auflage 1911) zeno.org|
|Author||Wilhelm Oswald Lohse (1845-1915)/F. A. Brockhaus|
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