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" ... something of the motions of the stars relatively to our system. If the stars were moving towards or from the earth, their motion, compounded with the earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Containing papers of a ... - Page viii
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1912
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 45; Volumes 1884-1885

Royal Astronomical Society - 1885 - 572 pages
...motion, compounded with the Earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the Earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the...the absorption of the vapours of the same substances existing in the stars." (PJiil. Trans., 1868, p. 529.) Owing, however, to the insufficiency of the...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 45

1885 - 600 pages
...motion, compounded with the Earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the Earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the...the absorption of the vapours of the same substances existing in the stars." (Phil. Trans., 1868, p. 529.) Owing, however, to the insufficiency of the apparatus...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 45; Volumes 1884-1885

Royal Astronomical Society - 1833 - 572 pages
...motion, compounded with the Earth's motion, would alter to an observer ou the Earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the...the absorption of the vapours of the same substances existing in the stars." (Phil. Trans., 1868, p. 529.) Owing, however, to the insufficiency of the apparatus...
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Journal, Volume 10

Royal Institution of Cornwall - 1891 - 580 pages
...motion compounded with the earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the...the vapours of the same substances in the stars."* that I shall be in order if I state, without occupying too much of your attention, that successful...
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Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Volumes 21-22

Astronomical Society of the Pacific - 1909 - 614 pages
...motion, compounded with the Earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the Earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the lines of terrestrial substatices would no longer coincide in position in the spectrum with the dark lines produced by the...
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Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Volume 22

Astronomical Society of the Pacific - 1910 - 316 pages
...motion, compounded with the Earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the Earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the...with the dark lines produced by the absorption of the vapors of the same substances existing in the stars." Repeated efforts to measure the velocities of...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1911 - 846 pages
...motion, compounded with the earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the...with the dark lines produced by the absorption of the vapors of the same substances existing in the stars. Repeated efforts to measure the velocities of...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1868 - 524 pages
...motion, compounded with the earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the...the absorption of the vapours of the same substances existing in the stars. The method employed by them would certainly have revealed an alteration of refrangibility...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, Part 1

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1911 - 856 pages
...motion, compounded with the earth's motion, would alter to an observer on the earth the refrangibility of the light emitted by them, and consequently the...with the dark lines produced by the absorption of the vapors of the same substances existing in the stars. Repeated efforts to measure the velocities of...
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