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" The other consists of a bright round nucleus, surrounded at a distance by a nebulous ring split through half its circumference, and having the split portions separated at an angle of 45° each to the plane of the other. "
The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art - Page 147
1841
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On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences

Mary Somerville - 1834 - 458 pages
...other consists of a bright round nucleus, surrounded at a distance by a nebulous ring split through half its circumference, and having the split portions...to our own.' It appears that double nebulae are not unfrequent, exhibiting all the varieties of distance, position, and relative brightness with their...
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The Connection of the Physical Sciences

Mary Somerville - 1834 - 390 pages
...other consists of a bright round nucleus, surrounded at a distance by a nebulous ring split through half its circumference, and having the split portions...other. This nebula bears a strong similitude to the milky-way, and suggested to Sir John Herschel the idea of ' a brother system bearing a real physical...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 21

1834 - 492 pages
...which the central cluster would be seen projected. Can it, then, be that we have here a brother-system, bearing a real physical resemblance and strong analogy of structure to our own? Were it not for the subdivision of the ring, the most obvious analogy would be that of the system of...
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An Explanation of the Gnomonic Projection of the Sphere; and of Such Points ...

Augustus De Morgan - 1836 - 144 pages
...stars much smaller than those in other parts of the hea" vens. Can it then be that we have here a real brother system, " bearing a real physical resemblance and strong analogy of structure " to our own ? — The elliptic form of the inner subdivided portion " indicates with extreme probability an elevation...
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Astronomy simplified

Frances Barbara Burton - 1838 - 146 pages
...bears so strong a similitude to that of our milky way, that it suggested the idea to Sir John Herschel, of " a brother " system ; bearing a real physical resemblance, and strong " analogy of construction to our own." Detached nebulous portions may be classed into eight progressive stages from...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 99

1840 - 460 pages
...represents Sir W. Herschel's scheme of the Milky Way; and hence Sir John Herschel describes it as " a brother system, bearing a real physical resemblance and strong analogy of structure to our own." This object, dim and distant as it may appear through our telescopes, and utterly invisible as it is...
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The English Journal of Education, Volumes 8-9

1854 - 884 pages
...smaller than those in other parts of the heavens. Can it, then, be that we have here a brothersystem, bearing a real physical resemblance, and strong analogy of structure, to our own ?" To describe in detail the various kinds of nebulce scattered by hundreds over the face of the heavens...
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Kosmos: A General Survey of Physical Phenomena of the Universe, Volume 1

Alexander von Humboldt - 1845 - 514 pages
...Observations on Nebula: and Clusters of Stars (Phil. Trans. 1833, Pt. ii. p. 479, fig. 25) : " we have here a brother system, bearing a real physical resemblance and strong analogy of structure to our own." 83 (p. 160.)— Sir William Herschel, in the Transact, for 1785, Pt. ip 257; Sir John Herschel, Astr....
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The North British review

1845 - 548 pages
...of stars much smaller than those in other parts of the heavens. Can it, then, be that we Lave here a brother system bearing a real physical resemblance and strong analogy of structure to our own V Were it not for the subdivision of the ring, the most obvious analogy would be that of the system...
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Kosmos, Volume 1

Alexander von Humboldt - 1845 - 518 pages
...lions of Neb u la e and Clusters of S tars (Transact. 1833 P. II. p. 479 fig. 25.): »we have here a brother System bearing a real physical resemblance and strong analogy of structure of our own.« bi (@. 157.) «Sir ШНШат £е^фе1 in ben Transact, for 1785 PI p. 257. @ir 3of>n...
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