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" When the spectroscope was placed on the telescope, the light of this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body which we have hitherto examined. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated from two different sources. Each light... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society. Section A, Mathematical and Physical Science - Page 640
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1912
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 15

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1867 - 662 pages
...this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body which we have hitherto examined. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated...was emitted by matter in the state of luminous gas*. These spectra are represented with considerable approximative accuracy in a diagram which accompanies...
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Quarterly Journal of Science: 1866, Volume 3

1866 - 736 pages
...light of this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body hitherto examined by them. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated...a few bright lines, which indicate that the light represented by it was emitted by matter in the state of luminous gas. These spectra are represented...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1866 - 472 pages
...this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body which we have hitherto examined. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated...photosphere, which has suffered absorption by the vapors of an envelope cooler than itself. The second spectrum consists of a few bright lines, which...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 3

1866 - 656 pages
...light of this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body hitherto examined by them. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated...photosphere, which has suffered absorption by the vapoiirs of an envelope cooler than itself. The second spectrum consists of a few bright lines, which...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine, Volume 2

1866
...and had emanated from two different sources. One spectrum was analogous to that of the sun — viz., formed by the light of an incandescent solid or liquid photosphere, which had suffered absorption by the vapours of an envelope cooler than itself. The second spectrum consisted...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 29

1866
...compound and had emanated from two different sourcei. One sceptrum was analogous to that of the sun, viz., formed by the light of an incandescent solid or liquid photosphere which had suffered absorption by the vapours of an envelope cooler than itself. The second spectrum consisted...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volumes 27-28

Royal Astronomical Society - 1867
...this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body which we have hitherto examined. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated...was emitted by matter in the state of luminous gas.' .... " It is difficult to imagine the present physical constitution of this remarkable object. There...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1867 - 654 pages
...this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body which we have hitherto examined. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated...was emitted by matter in the state of luminous gas*. These spectra are represented with considerable approximative accuracy in a diagram which accompanies...
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Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 36; Volumes 1866-1867

Royal Astronomical Society - 1867 - 248 pages
...this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body which we have hitherto examined. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated...was emitted by matter in the state of luminous gas.* .... " It is difficult to imagine the present physical constitution of this remarkable object. There...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 27

1867 - 352 pages
...this new star formed a spectrum unlike that of any celestial body which we have hitherto examined. The light of the star is compound, and has emanated...was emitted by matter in the state of luminous gas.* .... " It is difficult to imagine the present physical constitution of this remarkable object. There...
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