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Camille Flammarion (1842–1925)

Flammarion, Camille (flä-mä-rē-ô‘). A French astronomer, writer on descriptive astronomy, and “astronomical novelist”; born in Montigny-le-Roi, Feb. 25, 1842; died in 1925. His writings, of a more or less popular character, are: ‘The Plurality of Inhabited Worlds’ (1862); ‘Celestial Wonders’ (1865); ‘The Atmosphere’ (1872); ‘Urania’ (1889); and ‘The Planet Mars and its Habitability’ (1892).