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" ... properly adjusted at every instant to that of the ball, while preserving its inclination to the horizon, so that when the ball in its natural descent reached C, the tube should have been carried into the position... "
Descriptive Astronomy - Page 244
by George Frederick Chambers - 1867 - 816 pages
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Astronomy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1833 - 444 pages
...position RS, it is evident that the ball would, throughout its whole descent, be found in the axis of the tube ; and a spectator, referring to the tube...motion, would fancy that the ball had been moving in the inclined direction RS of the tube's axis. (277.) Our eyes and telescopes are such tubes. In whatever...
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Astronomy

sir John Frederick W. Herschel (1st bart.) - 1833 - 500 pages
...position RS, it is evident that the ball would, throughout its whole descent, be found in the axis of the tube ; and a spectator, referring to the tube...motion, would fancy that the ball had been moving in the inclined direction RS of the tube's axis. (277-) Our eyes and telescopes are such tubes. In whatever...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 99

1840 - 460 pages
...position KS it is evident that the ball would, throughout its whole descent, be found in the axis of the tube ; and a spectator, referring to the tube...motion, would fancy that the ball had been moving in the inclined direction RS of the tube's axis. Our eyes and telescopes are such tubes. The earth is...
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Outlines of Astronomy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1849 - 672 pages
...position RS, it is evident that the ball would, throughout its whole descent, be found in the axis of the tube; and a spectator referring to the tube the...motion, would fancy that the ball had been moving in the inclined direction RS of the tube's axis. (330.) Our eyes and telescopes are such tubes. In whatever...
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The Complete Works of Thomas Dick, Volume 3

Thomas Dick - 1850 - 586 pages
...carried into the position KS, it is evi<lent that the ball would, throughout its whole 'QE of the hall, and carried along with the former unconscious of its...motion, would fancy that the ball had been moving in the inclined direction RS of the tube's axis. Our eyes and telescopes are such tubes. The earth is...
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The Complete Works of Thomas Dick, LL. D. ... Eleven Volumes in Two..., Volume 2

Thomas Dick - 1857 - 878 pages
...should have been carried into the position RS, it is evident that the ball would, throughout its whole of the ball, and carried along with the former unconscious...motion, would fancy that the ball had been moving in the inclined direction RS of the tube's axis. Our eyes and telescopes are such tubes. The earth is...
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Outlines of astronomy

sir John Frederick W. Herschel (1st bart.) - 1864 - 790 pages
...position B. S, it is evident that the pa ball would, throughout its whole descent, be found in the axis of the tube ; and a spectator referring to the tube the motion of the ball, and earried along with the former, unconscious of its motion, would fancy that the ball had been moving...
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Outlines of Astronomy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1869 - 590 pages
...position RS, it is evident that the ball would, throughout its whole descent, be found in the axis of the tube; and a spectator referring to the tube the...unconscious of its motion, would fancy that the ball had bcen moving in the inclined direction RS of the tube's axis. (330.) Our eyes and telescopes are such...
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Fourteen Weeks in Descriptive Astronomy

Joel Dorman Steele - 1874 - 424 pages
...every instant to that of the ball, while preserving its inclination to the horizon, so that when the ball, in its natural descent, reached B, the tube...referring to the tube the motion of the ball, and carried Fig. 38. ABERRATION OF LIGHT. along with the former, unconscious of its motion, would fancy that the...
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Fourteen Weeks in Descriptive Astronomy

Joel Dorman Steele - 1874 - 340 pages
...to the horizon, so that when the ball, in its natural descent, reached B, the tube THE SOLAR SYSTEM. would have been carried into the position BQ, it is...referring to the tube the motion of the ball, and carried Fig. J ABERRATION OF LIGHT. along with the former, unconscious of its motion, would fancy that the...
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