Handbook of Astronomy

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72 Kllipticity calculated
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Cavendishs solution
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8a Aspect of the Armament
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ico Apparent diurnal rotation of
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Analogy supplies evidence of
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in Lunar method of finding the lon
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The vernal and autumnal equi
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The solstices 95 CHAP IX
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Aberration of light 98 Like effects would be produced
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As seen from the moon appear
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Mean solar lime equation of a rotation of the pole of
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Distance of the sun 104 ecliptic
145
iij Observations of Herscliel
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87 Like effects produced In the
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hi Effects of suns attraction
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Effect on rising and setting 190 Linear value of 1 on it
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Apparent and true place of an gression
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Absence o sensible parallax of 104 Mas andi density ijfj
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Observations and drawings of
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717
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Incandescent coating of
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Primary carry with them the
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Sect Page Sect Page
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The zodiac ib servation of Venus
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Masses of Venus and Mercury to 339 Observation of CassioJ Her
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joe Classification of the planets in 345 Spheroidal form unascertained
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Apparent motion of the planet 361 Areographic character
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I7i Discovery of the other planetoid 117
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37j Decrease in brightness or suc
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Chart of the S E quadrant Relative orbits of Jupiter and
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stations and retrogression
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Sir V Herfcchel4 great the sun at Jupiter and the earth 16
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Saturn
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The great Rosse tele Relative volumes of the earth
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Apparent and real dimensions
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The Oxford heliometer 29 Saturn by Schmidt
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5P 1st Eclipses of the satellites
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