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" My observations, as far as they extend at present, seem to be in favour of the opinion that the nebulœ which give a gaseous spectrum are systems possessing a structure, and a purpose in relation to the universe, altogether distinct and of another order... "
British Almanac and Companion - Page 106
1866
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1865
...observations, as far as they extend at present, seem to be in favour of the opinion that the nebulae which give a gaseous spectrum, are systems possessing...bodies to which our sun and the fixed stars belong. ' The nebulous star i Orionis was examined, but no peculiarity could be detected in its continuous...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 14

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1865 - 634 pages
...observations, as far as they extend at present, seem to be in favour of the opinion that the nebulte which give a gaseous spectrum, are systems possessing...bodies to which our sun and the fixed stars belong. The nebulous star < Orionis was examined, but no peculiarity could be detected in its continuous spectrum*....
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volumes 11-12

1865
...observation?, as far as they extend at present, seem to be in favour of the opinion that the nebula; which give a gaseous spectrum, are systems possessing...of cosmical bodies to which our sun and the fixed «tars belong. The nebulous star i Orionis was examined, but no peculiarity could be detected in its...
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The Intellectual Observer, Volume 7

1865 - 562 pages
...matter in a much more condensed state. Mr. Huggins inclines to the opinion that the gaseous nebula; " are systems possessing a structure and a purpose in...bodies to which our sun and the fixed stars belong." With great admiration for Mr. Huggins' brilliant discoveries, and great respect for his scientific...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which ..., Volume 11

1865
...at present, seem to be in favour of the opinion that the nebula) which give a gaseous spectrum, arc systems possessing a structure, and a purpose in relation...bodies to which our sun and the fixed stars belong. The nebulous ctar i Orionis was examined, but no peculiarity could be detected in its continuous spectrum.||...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 25

Royal Astronomical Society - 1865 - 316 pages
...gaseous spectrum are systems possessing a structure, and a relation to the universe, altogether distinct from the great group of cosmical bodies to which our Sun and the fixed stars belong." On the Date of a Communication of a Mode of Observing Transits without reference to Hearing or Touch....
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1867 - 400 pages
...gaseous spectrum are systerns possessing a structure, and a relation to the universe, altogether distinct from the great group of cosmical bodies to which our sun and the fixed stars belong." — Astron. 8oc. Notices. THE GEEAT NEBULA OF OKION. It does not always happen that a celestial object,...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1867
...gaseous spectrum are systems possessing a structure, and a relation to the universe, altogether distinct from the great group of cosmical bodies to which our sun and the fixed stars belong." — Astron. Soc. Notices. THE GREAT NEBULA OF ORION. It does not always happen that a celestial object,...
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The midnight sky, notes on the stars and planets, Volume 23

Edwin Dunkin - 1869 - 380 pages
...gaseous spectrum are systems possessing a structure, and a relation to the universe, altogether distinct from the great group of cosmical bodies to which our Sun and the fixed stars belong." The nebula shaped like a dumb-bell or hour-glass is in the constellation Vulpecula. This is another...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter, Volume 16

1870
...continues, "as far as they extend at present, seem to be in favour of the opinion that the nebulae which give a gaseous spectrum are systems possessing...of cosmical bodies to which our Sun and the fixed stare belong." Venus begins to appear as the morning-star toward the end of the month. She is best...
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