... in the motions of p are very numerous. Lastly, that part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of a line pm, fig. 13, at right angles to the plane of the orbit Npn, may be called the perpendicular force. An Elementary Treatise on Astronomy. ... - Page xliby Robert Woodhouse - 1818 - 487 pagesFull view - About this book
| William Whewell - 1832 - 286 pages
...velocity as 1 — c : 1 . The motion of the apse of the orbit of a satellite, so far as it depends on the **part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of the radius** PT, may be calculated by finding the mean value of this disturbing force (which we shall do hereafter)... | |
| sir John Frederick W. Herschel (1st bart.) - 1833 - 500 pages
...to be explained by Newton from his theory of gravitation. (554.) We come now to consider the effects **of that part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of the radius** vector, and tends to alter the law of gravity, and therefore to derange, in a more direct and sensible... | |
| John Frederick William Herschel - 1833 - 444 pages
...to be explained by Newton from his theory of gravitation. (554.) We come now to consider the effects **of that part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of the radius** vector, and tends to alter the law of gravity, and therefore to derange, in a more direct and sensible... | |
| Augustus Young - 1846 - 304 pages
...Murdock has given a method of computing the mean motion of the moon's apogee, by first considering only **that part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of the radius** ; and then instead of supposing the earth to be at rest, by conceiving the earth and moon to revolve... | |
| Mary Somerville - 1846 - 496 pages
...velocities in ellipses, the perturbations or changes in the motions of P are very numerous. Lastly, **that part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of** a line pm, fig. 13, at right angles to the plane of the orbit Npn, may be called the perpendicular... | |
| Mary Somerville - 1849 - 568 pages
...velocities in ellipses, the perturbations or changes in the motions of p are very numerous. Lastly, **that part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of** a line pm, fig. 13, at right angles to the plane of the orbit Npn, may be called the perpendicular... | |
| Anna Cabot Lowell - 1850 - 412 pages
...motions of Jupiter and Saturn, has a period of no less than 918 years. § 375. The radial force, or **that part of the disturbing force which. acts in the direction of the** line joining the centres of the sun and disturbed planet, has no effect on the areas, but is the cause... | |
| Robert Grant - 1852 - 686 pages
...upon the disturbing force. (47.) The progressive movement of the line of apsides is mainly due to the **part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of the radius** rector. For, in the first place, the tangential force vanishes altogether at the point of conjunction,... | |
| Alexander Henry - 1861 - 226 pages
...outer bone of the forearm ; in astronomy, applied, in the theory of variable orbits, to that component **part of the disturbing force which acts in the direction of the radius** vector. Ea'diant (Lat. ra'dius, a ray). Sending out rays, as from a centre. Ba,lia'ta (Lat. ra'dius,... | |
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