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" From the singular analogy, above alluded to, it follows that (for a great number of years at least) the first' three satellites cannot be eclipsed at the same time: for in the simultaneous eclipses of the second and third, the first will always be in... "
Astronomical Tables and Formulæ Together with a Variety of Problems ... - Page 57
by Francis Baily - 1827 - 304 pages
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, A Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 1

Edward T W. Polehampton - 1815 - 568 pages
...curious phenomena with respect to light. _ From the singular analogy, above alluded to, it follows that (for a great number of years at least) the first'...always be in conjunction with Jupiter, and vice versa. Satellites of Saturn. Seven satellites may be seen by means of the telescope, to revolve about Saturn...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 1

Edward Polehampton - 1815 - 592 pages
...curious phenomena wit It respect to ligh'fJ L '. From the singular analogy, above alluded to, it follows that (for a great number of years at least) the first...and third, the first will always be in conjunction witU Jupiter, and vice versd. Satellites of Saturn. Seven satellites may be seen by means of the telescope,...
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The Panorama of Science and Art: Embracing the Sciences of ..., Volume 1

James Smith - 1815 - 684 pages
...falling into his shadow, two years in six. From the singular analogy, above alluded to, it follows that (for a great number of years at least) the first three satellites cannot be eclipsed at the sjime time : for in the simultaneous Soiar mtera review«!. — Jnpiter'« Satellites. eclipses of...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art: Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 1

Edward Polehampton, John Mason Good - 1818 - 590 pages
...singular analogy, above alluded to, it follows that (for a great number of years at least) the first ihree satellites cannot be eclipsed at the same time: for in the simultaneous eclipses of the Kcond and third, the first will always be in conjunction with Jupiter, and vice versa. Satellites of...
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopædia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory ..., Volume 10

John Mason Good - 1819 - 910 pages
...some curious phenomena with respect to light. From the singular analogy, above alluded to, it follows that (for a great number of years at least) the first...satellites cannot be eclipsed at the same time ; for in the simultanenui eclipses of the second and third, the first will always be in conjunction with Jupiter;...
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Universal Science Or the Cabinet of Nature and Art, Comprising ..., Volume 1

Alexander Jamieson - 1821 - 448 pages
...some curious phaenomena with respect to light. From the singular analogy, above alluded to, it follows that (for a great number of years at least) the first three satellities cannot be eclipsed at the same time: for in the simultaneous eclipses of the second and...
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Dictionary of the Mathematical and Physical Sciences, According to the ...

James Mitchell - 1823 - 666 pages
...curious phenomena with respect to light. From the singular analogy above alluded to, it follows that (lor a great number of years at least) the first three...for in the simultaneous eclipses of the second and thiid, the first wjll always be in conjunction with , piter, and vice versa* SATELLITES of Saturn....
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A Popular Grammar of the Elements of Astronomy: Adapted to the Use of ...

Thomas Squire - 1836 - 332 pages
...twice that of the third, is always equal to two right angles. Hence, the first three satellites caunot be eclipsed at the same time : for in the simultaneous...first will always be in conjunction with Jupiter, and vkevers&. .219. As the beginning or end of an eclipse of a satellite takes place at the same instant...
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Popular Lectures on Astronomy: Delivered at the Royal Observatory of Paris

François Arago - 1848 - 108 pages
...into the shadow two years in every six. We perceive, from the strange proportions we have mentioned, that, for a great number of years, at least, the first three satellites cannot be eclipsed together; for, in the simultaneous eclipses oi the second and third, the first is constantly in conjunction...
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The Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Manufactures ...: Embracing ..., Volume 1

James Smith (author of the Panorama of science and art.) - 1859 - 964 pages
...falling into his shadow, two years in six. From the singular analogy, above alluded to, it follows that (for a great number of years at least) the first...satellites cannot be eclipsed at the same time : for in the simulSolar system reviewed. — Jupiter's Satellite*. taueous eclipses of the second and third, the...
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