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" ... 1. All the brighter stars, at least, have a structure analogous to that of the sun. 2. The stars contain material elements common to the sun and earth. 3. The colours of the stars have their origin in the chemical constitution of the atmospheres which... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Containing papers of a ... - Page viii
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1912
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The elements of physiography

John J. Prince - 1877 - 184 pages
...summary of the facts elicited by Dr. Huggins's investigations in hia own words : — (1) " All the bright stars at least have a structure analogous to that...have their origin in the chemical constitution of the atmosphere which surrounds them." (4) " The changes in brightness of some of the variable stars are...
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Catholic progress, Volume 6

Young men's Catholic assoc - 1877 - 412 pages
...elements, is established beyond all question. The earth, the sun, the stars, contain the same elements. The colours of the stars have their origin in the...constitution of the atmospheres which surround them. Accordingly, assisted by his simple yet marvellous scientific appliance, the chemist now no longer...
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The stars and constellations, how and when to find and tell them, Volume 66

James Rosser - 1879 - 52 pages
...respect to the star worlds which we nightly see in the heavens : — " (1.) All the brighter stars have a structure analogous to that of the sun. " (2.)...have their origin in the chemical constitution of the atmosphere which surrounds them. " (4.) The clyinges in brightness of some of the variable stars are...
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Rudimentary Astronomy

Robert Main - 1882 - 268 pages
...sum up the facts which have been elicited by the investigations of Dr. Huggins in his own words : — (1.) All the brighter stars, at least, have a structure...have their origin in the chemical constitution of the atmosphere which surrounds them. (4.) The changes in brightness of some of the variable stars are attended...
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A Dictionary of chemistry and the allied branches of other ..., Volume 5

Henry Watts - 1883 - 1160 pages
...«hortlr gummed up in the words of Mr. Huggins (Lecture at Nottingham Meeting of tie British Assoc. 1866): 1. All the brighter stars, at least, have a structure...The stars contain material elements common to the earth and зип. 3. The colours of the stars have their origin in the chemical constitution of ti»...
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Essays in Astronomy

1900 - 598 pages
...new knowledge that has been gained from the observations with the prism may be summed up as follows: 1. All the brighter stars, at least, have a structure...the atmospheres which surround them. 4. The changes in brightness of some of the variable stars are attended with changes in the lines of absorption of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 221

1866 - 1002 pages
...has been gained from observations with the prism, was thus summed up by the professor himself: — i. All the brighter stars, at least, have a structure...the atmospheres which surround them. 4. The changes in brightness of some of the variable stars are attended with changes in the lines of absorption of...
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