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" ... now condensed into the sun and planets filled the whole space occupied by the solar system, In the condition of gas, which then appeared as a glowing nebula, after the order, it may be, of some now existing in the heavens. There remained no room for... "
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific - Page 140
by Astronomical Society of the Pacific - 1909
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 214

1897 - 916 pages
...existing in the heavens. There remained no room for doubt that the nebulae, which our telescopes reveal to us, are the early stages of long processions of...the nebular hypothesis in one or other of its forms. Not Indeed that the philosophical astronomer would venture to dogmatize in matters of detail, or profess...
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Notes and Queries

1897 - 1166 pages
...that the nebulae which the telescopes reveal are " the early stages of long processions of cósmica! events, which correspond broadly to those required...nebular hypothesis in one or other of its forms." 'Roses of Jericho,' by Mr. Rowland E. Prothero, depicts life in provincial France— that France that...
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Essays in Astronomy

1900 - 598 pages
...existing in the heavens. There remained no room for doubt that the nebulae, which our telescopes reveal to us, are the early stages of long processions of...the nebular hypothesis in one or other of its forms. Not, indeed, that the philosophical astronomer would venture to dogmatize in matters of detail, or...
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Flame, Electricity and the Camera: Man's Progress from the First Kindling of ...

George Iles - 1900 - 484 pages
...existing in the heavens. There remained no room for doubt that the nebute, which our telescopes reveal to us, are the early stages of long processions of...required by the nebular hypothesis in one or other of its forms.1 The first photograph of a nebula, that of Orion, was taken by Dr. Henry Draper on September...
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The Skies and the Earth

1902 - 232 pages
...existing in the heavens. There remained no room for doubt that the nebulae, which our telescopes reveal to us, are the early stages of long processions of...the nebular hypothesis in one or other of its forms. "* The first photograph of a nebula, that of Orion, was taken by Dr. Henry Draper on September 30,...
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An Introduction to the Study of Spectrum Analysis

William Marshall Watts - 1904 - 325 pages
...existing in the heavens. There remained no room for doubt that the nebulae, which our telescopes reveal to us, are the early stages of long processions of...the nebular hypothesis in one or other of its forms. " It is necessary to bear distinctly in mind that the old view which made the matter of the nebulae...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1911 - 840 pages
...telescopes revealed to us, are the early stages of long processions of cosmical events, which corresjiond broadly to those required by the nebular hypothesis...bright lines known to exist in nebular spectra to 30 or 40, but aside from hydrogen and helium, accounting for about one-half of all the observed lines,...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1911 - 846 pages
...telescopes revealed to us, are the early stages of long processions of cosmical events, which corres]x>nd broadly to those required by the nebular hypothesis...bright lines known to exist in nebular spectra to 30 or 40, but aside from hydrogen and helium, accounting for about one-half of all the observed lines,...
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Modern Astronomy, Its Rise and Progress

Hector Macpherson - 1926 - 220 pages
...luminous gas. . . . There remained no room for doubt that the nebulae, which our telescopes reveal to us, are the early stages of long processions of...nebular hypothesis in one or other of its forms.' The formulation of the doctrine of the conservation of energy, too, lent strong support to the nebular...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1911 - 848 pages
...matter now condensed into the sun and planets filled the whole space occupied by the solar system, ln the condition of gas, which then appeared as a glowing...bright lines known to exist in nebular spectra to 30 or 40, but aside from hydrogen and helium, accounting for about one-half of all the observed lines,...
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