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" Here one is reminded by the fleecy, infinitely delicate cloud-forms, of an English hedge-row with luxuriant elms ; here of a densely intertwined tropical forest, the intimately interwoven branches threading in all directions, the prominences generally... "
Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ... - Page 300
by Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1873 - 484 pages
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American Journal of Science and Arts, Volume 98

1869 - 504 pages
...telescope or slit is moved slowly, when fleecy delicate cloud-films are seen, of various beautiful forms. By this method, the smallest details of the prominences and of the chromosphere are rendered visible and easy of observation. Mr. Lockyer tound it best for sketching purposes to have...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volume 19

1869 - 340 pages
...strange shadowforms flit past. Here one is reminded by the fleecy, infinitely delicate cloud-films of an English hedge-row with luxuriant elms ; here...expanding as they mount upwards, and changing slowly, almost, indeed, inperceptibly. By this method the smallest details of the prominences and of the chromosphere...
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Spectrum Analysis: Six Lectures, Delivered in 1868, Before the Society of ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870 - 508 pages
...strange shadow-forms flit past. Here one is reminded by the fleecy, infinitely delicate cloud-forms, of an English hedge-row with luxuriant elms ; here...rendered perfectly visible and easy of observation." Zollner has also made similar observations, and has published striking drawings of some of these protuberances,...
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The Astronomical Register, Volume 7

1869
...one is reminded by the fleecy, infinitely delicate cloud-films, of an English hedgerow with luxurious elms ; here of a densely intertwined tropical forest,...rendered perfectly visible and easy of observation. . On March 17, Mr. Lockyer, in an addendum to this Paper, gave some further details of the shape of...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 17

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1869 - 656 pages
...strange shadow-forms flit past. Here one is reminded, by the fleecy, infinitely delicate cloud-films, of an English hedgerow with luxuriant elms ; here...imperceptibly. By this method the smallest details of the pro* I have learnt, after handing this paper in to the Koyal Society, that in Angstrom's Map the C...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volume 5

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1869 - 636 pages
...as they are seen in eclipses. Here one is reminded, by the fleecy, infinitely-delicate cloud-films, of an English hedge-row with luxuriant elms ; here...and changing slowly, indeed almost imperceptibly. It does not at all follow that the largest prominences are those in which the intensest action, or...
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MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 20

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1869 - 612 pages
...as they are seen in eclipses. Here one is reminded, by the fleecy, infinitely-delicate cloud-films, of an English hedge-row with luxuriant elms ; here,...and changing slowly, indeed almost imperceptibly. In one instance I saw a prominence 27,000 miles high change enormously in the space of ten minutes...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volumes 19-20

1869 - 668 pages
...strange shadowforms flit past. Here one is reminded by the fleecy, infinitely delicate cloud-films of an English hedge-row with luxuriant elms ; here...expanding as they mount upwards, and changing slowly, almost, indeed, inperceptibly. By this method the smallest details of the prominences and of the chromosphere...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volume 4

1869 - 374 pages
...directions, the prominences generally expanding as they mount upwards, and changing slowly, almost, indeed, imperceptibly. By this method the smallest details...rendered perfectly visible and easy of observation." In an addendum dated March I7th, the author states that more favourable weather had enabled him to...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 20

1869 - 730 pages
...have recently been able to see in all their beauty, by merely opening the slit of the spectroscope. By this method the smallest details of the prominences...rendered perfectly visible and easy of observation, and for the following reason. Let me explain how this result is accomplished. The hydrogen Fraun.hofer...
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