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" ... are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum observations on the stars contribute something towards an experimental basis, on which a conclusion, hitherto but a pure speculation, may rest, viz : that at least the brighter stars... "
British Almanac and Companion - Page 101
1866
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The Intellectual Observer, Volume 6

1865 - 544 pages
...be indispensable to the existence of living organisms, such as those with which we are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum...worlds adapted to be the abode of living beings." THE NEBUL/E. By far the most wonderful of the revelations of spectrum analysis applied to the heavenly...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865
...be indispensable to the existence of living organisms, such as those with whieh we are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum...worlds adapted to be the abode of living beings." Discoveries in Relation to the Nebulas. — By far the most wonderful of the revelations of spectrum...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865 - 372 pages
...be indispensable to the existence of living organisms, such as those with which we are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum...rest, viz: that at least the brighter stars are, like onr sun, upholding and energizing centres of systems of worlds adapted to be the abode of living beings."...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., Volume 11

1865
...iron. May it not be that, at least, the brighter stars are like our sun, the upholding and energising centres of systems of worlds, adapted to be the abode of living beings ? Results of tht Observation* on the Nebula. Besides the stars, the heavens are mottled over with feebly...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volumes 11-12

1865
...iron. May it not be that, at least, the brighter stars are like our sun, the upholding and energising centres of systems of worlds, adapted to be the abode of living beings î ItcSHlti of the Obiervationt on the Ifebula. Besides the stars, the heavens are mottled over with...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1866 - 370 pages
...be indispensable to the existence of living organisms, such as those with which we are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum...worlds adapted to be the abode of living beings." Discoveries in Relation to the Nebulce. — By far the most wonderful of the revelations of spectrum...
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Memoirs of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 36; Volumes 1866-1867

Royal Astronomical Society - 1867 - 248 pages
...to be indispensable to the existence of living organisms such as those with which we are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum...energizing centres of systems of worlds adapted to be the abodes of living beings." It was natural that these gentlemen should in the course of their research...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 27

1867 - 352 pages
...to be indispensable to the existence of living organisms such as those with which we are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum...energizing centres of systems of worlds adapted to be the abodes of living beings." It was natural that these gentlemen should in the course of their research...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volumes 27-28

Royal Astronomical Society - 1867
...to be indispensable to the existence of living organisms such as those with which wo are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum...conclusion, hitherto but a pure speculation, may rest, vi2. that at least the brighter stars are, like our sun, upholding and energi2ing centres of systems...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1865 - 372 pages
...be indispensable to the existence of living organisms, such as those with which we are acquainted. On the whole, we believe that the foregoing spectrum...energizing centres of systems of worlds adapted to bo the abode of living beings." Discoveries in Relation to the Nebulce. — By far the most wonderful...
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