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" That the milky way is a most extensive stratum of stars of various sizes admits no longer of the least doubt; and that our sun is actually one of the heavenly bodies belonging to it is as evident. "
A Compendium of Astronomy: Intended to Simplify and Illustrate the ... - Page 149
by John Vose - 1834 - 184 pages
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences, Volume 6

William Nicholson - 1809
...its secondary branch. See GAIAXY. In another paper ou the «ame subject, he says, that the milky way is a most extensive stratum of stars of various sizes admits no longer of the least doubt ; and that our sun is actually one of the heavenly bodies belonging to it is as evident. We will now,...
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A pocket encyclopædia, or library of general knowledge, Volume 4

Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...stratum, and its secondary branch. In another paper on the same subject, he says, that the milky way is a most extensive stratum of stars of various sizes admits no longer of the least doubt : and that our sun is actually cue of the heavenly bodies belonging to it is as evident. The sun, like...
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Institutes of Natural Philosophy: Theoretical and Practical

William Enfield - 1811 - 428 pages
...stratum, and its secondary branch." In another paper on the same subject, he says, " that the milky way is a most extensive stratum of stars of various sizes admits no longer of the least doubt ; and that our sun is actually one of the heavenly bodies belonging to it is as evident." " We will...
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Pocket Encyclopedia: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 4

Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...secondary branch. . • . • , i. : In another paper on the same subject, he says, that the milky way is a most extensive stratum of stars of various sizes admits no longer of the least doubt: and that our sun is actually one of the heavenly bodies belonging to it is as evident. The sun, like...
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British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 11

William Nicholson - 1821
...its secondary branch. See GALAXY. In another paper on the same subject, he says that the milky way is a most extensive stratum of stars of various sizes admits no longer of the least doubt ; and that our sun is actually one of the heavenly bodies belonging to it is as evident. We will now,...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 11

William Nicholson - 1821
...its secondary branch. See GALAXY. In another paper on the same subject, he says that the milky way is a most extensive stratum of stars of various sizes admits no longer of the least doubt ; and that our sun is actually one of the heavenly bodies belonging to it is as evident. We will now,...
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The Tatler, Volume 3

1822
...inhabit a planet of a stratum belonging to a compound nebula of the third form. In the crowded tensive stratum of stars of various sizes, admits no longer of the least doubt ; and that our Sun' is actually one of the heavenly bodies belonging to it, is as evident.' Herschel,...
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A System of Astronomy: On the Principles of Copernicus

John Vose - 1827 - 252 pages
...zone in the heavens. Its beautiful, cloudy whiteness is found by modern astronomers to be caused by the collected rays of innumerable stars, not discernible...extensive stratum of stars of various sizes, admits io longer of the least doubt." Clusters of stars, (Plate X. Fig. 6 ) differ from groups, in their beautiful...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 3

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...sketch of his ideas of the interior construction of the heavens : ' That the milky way/ says he, ' is a most extensive stratum of stars of various sizes, admits no longer of the least doubt ; and that our sun is one of the heavenly bodies belonging to it is as evident. I have now viewed and...
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Institutes of Natural Philosophy: Theoretical and Practical

William Enfield - 1832 - 216 pages
...'™ In another paper on the same subject, he says, " that the milky w:iy is a roost extensive sluts» of stars of various sizes, admits no longer of the least doubt ; and that our sun is actuallyone« 1^:ль the heavenly bodie-ч belonging to it is as evident." "...
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