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" ... with particular portions of the planetary surface. The evidence we possess at present appears to support the opinion that the planet's distinctive colour has its origin in the material of which some parts of its surface are composed. Mr. Lockyer's... "
Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society - Page 8
by Royal Astronomical Society - 1867
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 27

1867 - 354 pages
...the central parts of the disk that the colour is most marked. If indeed the colour be produced by the planet's atmosphere, it must be referred to peculiar...support from the photometric observations of Seidel and Zollner, some of the results of which I will briefly state. These observations show that Mars resembles...
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The American Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events ...

1868 - 836 pages
...most marked. He regards all the evidence as supporting the opinion that the planet's distinctive color has its origin in the material of which some parts of its surface are 66 67 composed. Sir. Lockyer's observation, that the color –≤ most intenso when the planet's atmosphere...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870 - 508 pages
...the central parts of the disc that the colour is most marked. If indeed the colour be produced by the planet's atmosphere, it must be referred to peculiar...support from the photometric observations of Seidel and Zollner, some of the results of which I will briefly state. These observations show that Mars resembles...
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Spectrum analysis, 6 lects

sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1869 - 396 pages
...central parts of the disc that the colour is most marked. I f indeed the colour be produced by the planet's atmosphere, it must be referred to peculiar...of an interpretation in accordance with this view. APPEND, u.) ATMOSP11FJIK OF M.IRS. 2 GO This opinion appears to receive support from the photometric...
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Spectrum Analysis -- Six Lectures

Henry E. Roscoe - 1869 - 372 pages
...the central parts of the disc that the colour is most marked. If indeed the colour be produced by the planet's atmosphere, it must be referred to peculiar...of an interpretation in accordance with this view. APPEND, B.] ATMOSPHERE OF MAES. , 269 This opinion appears to receive support from the photometric...
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The midnight sky, notes on the stars and planets, Volume 23

Edwin Dunkin - 1869 - 380 pages
...planet's atmosphere, it must be referred to peculiar conditions of it which exist only in connection with particular portions of the planetary surface....interpretation in accordance with this view. This diagram of the ] iitli of Mars indicates the change of the position of the planet from October, 1868,...
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Spectrum analysis, 6 lects

sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870 - 452 pages
...the central parts of the disc that the colour is most marked. If indeed the colour be produced by the planet's atmosphere, it must be referred to peculiar...support from the photometric observations of Seidel and Zollner, some of the results of which I will briefly state. These observations show that Mars resembles...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 542 pages
...planet's atmosphere, it must be referred to peculiar conditions of it which exist only in connection with particular portions of the planetary surface....support from the photometric observations of Seidel and Zollner, some of the results of which I will briefly state. These observations show that Mars resembles...
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Spectrum analysis, 6 lects

sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 550 pages
...planetary surface. The evidence we possess at present appears to support the opinion that the planet-s distinctive colour has its origin in the material...which some parts of its surface are composed. Mr. Lockyer-s observation, lhat the colour is most intense when the planet-s atmosphere is free from clouds,...
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The midnight sky, notes on the stars and planets, Volume 68

Edwin Dunkin - 1879 - 600 pages
...planet's atmosphere, it must be referred to peculiar conditions of it which exist only in connection with particular portions of the planetary surface....of an interpretation in accordance with this view." The peculiar physical features of Mars are excellently delineated in the three series of drawings,...
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