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" I will let him speak in his own words : — " 'A shining fluid of a nature unknown to us. " 'What a field of novelty is here opened to our conceptions ! ... We may now explain that very extensive nebulosity, expanded over more than sixty degrees of the... "
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific - Page 139
by Astronomical Society of the Pacific - 1909
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The Meteoritic Hypothesis: A Statement of the Results of a Spectroscopic ...

Joseph Norman Lockyer, Sir Norman Lockyer - 1890 - 600 pages
...great facility explain that very extensive, telescopic nebulosity, which, as I mentioned before, is expanded over more than sixty degrees of the heavens,...better for it than clustering stars at a distance. In this case we may also pretty nearly guess at its situation, which must commence somewhere about...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1911 - 840 pages
...came very near suggesting what is doubtless the true nature and, place in the cosmos, of the nebuhe. I will let him speak in his own words: "A shining...very extensive nebulosity, expanded over more than 60° of the heavens, about the constellation of Orion, a luminous matter accounting much better for...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1911 - 846 pages
...came very near suggesting what Is doubtless the true nature and, place In the cosmos, of the nebulse. I will let him speak in his own words: "A shining...very extensive nebulosity, expanded over more than 60° of the heavens, about the constellation of Orion, a luminous matter accounting much better for...
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Modern Theories of the Universe: From Herschel to Hubble

Michael J. Crowe - 1994 - 468 pages
...great facility explain that very extensive, telescopic nebulosity, which, as I mentioned before, is expanded over more than sixty degrees of the heavens,...better for it than clustering stars at a distance. In this case we may also pretty nearly guess at its situation, which must commence somewhere about...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 41

1897
...case of " Eyes and No Eyes." ' Such work indeed it was, as we shall see, on certain of the nebulae. The nature of these mysterious bodies was still an...about the constellation of Orion; a luminous matter accountingmuch better for it than clustering stare at a distance. . . . If this matter is self luminous,...
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the herschel chronicle

Constance A. Lubbock - 424 pages
...great facility explain that very extensive, telescopic nebulosity, which, as I mentioned before, is expanded over more than sixty degrees of the heavens,...better for it than clustering stars at a distance. "The nature of planetary nebulae, which has hitherto been involved in much darkness, may now be explained...
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