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" Ingens macula in sole conspiciebatur, cujus diameter •£$ diam solis." ground is finely mottled with an appearance of minute, dark dots, or pores, which, when attentively watched, are found to be in a constant state of change. There is nothing which... "
Time's telescope; or, A Complete guide to the almanack [ed. by J. Millard]. - Strona 52
pod redakcją - 1834
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The Geography of the Heavens and Class-book of Astronomy: Accompanied by a ...

Elijah Hinsdale Burritt - 1856 - Liczba stron: 338
...886. The part of the Sun's disc not occupied hy spots, is far from heing uniformly hright. Its greand is finely mottled with an appearance of minute dark dots, or pores, which, attentively watched for several days in snccession, are fonnd to he in a constant state of change....
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Outlines of Astronomy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1857 - Liczba stron: 557
...1758. " Ingens macula in sole conspiciebatur, cujus diam eter= o'u diam. soils. uniformly bright. Its ground is finely mottled with an appearance of minute,...faithfully this appearance as the slow subsidence of some flocculcnt chemical precipitates in a transparent fluid, when viewed perpendicularly from above : so...
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Hand-books of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, Tom 3

Dionysius Lardner - 1858
...stratum of luminous clouds of varying depth and having an unequal surface, or the tppearance produced by the slow subsidence of some flocculent chemical precipitates in a transparent fluid, when looked at perpendicularly from above. In the space immediately around the edge* of the spots extensive...
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Handbook of Astronomy

Dionysius Lardner - 1860 - Liczba stron: 496
...matter. 173 minous clouds of varying depth and having an unequal surface, or the appearance produced by the slow subsidence of some flocculent chemical precipitates in a transparent fluid, when looked at perpendicularly from above. In the space immediately around the edges of the spots extensive...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Tomy 22-24;Tomy 1861-1864

1862
...is finely mottled with an appearance of minute dnrk dots or pores, which, when attenlively watcbed, are found to be in a constant state of change. There...transparent fluid, when viewed perpendicularly from above." The only part of this admirable description which I should be at all disposed to modify is that relating...
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The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge, Tom 15

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - 1862
...surface, and thes? are found to be in constant fluctuation. Sir John Herschel compares their appearance to the slow subsidence of some flocculent chemical precipitates...transparent fluid when viewed perpendicularly from above. Near the great spots or groups of spots there are often seen streaks more luminous than the neighboring...
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The new American cyclopædia, ed. by G. Ripley and C.A. Dana, Tom 15

American cyclopaedia - 1862
...surface, and these are found to be in constant fluctuation. Sir John Herschel compares their appearance to the slow subsidence of some flocculent chemical precipitates...transparent fluid when viewed perpendicularly from above. Near the great spots or groups of spots there are often seen streaks more luminous than the neighboring...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Tom 24

1864
...where he says, " The part of the Sun's disk not occupied by spots is far from uniformly bright. Its ground is finely mottled with an appearance of minute...transparent fluid, when viewed perpendicularly from above." The only part of this admirable description which I should be at all disposed to modify is that relating...
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Outlines of Astronomy

Sir John Frederick William Herschel - 1864 - Liczba stron: 729
...of the subject. The part of the sun's disc not occupied by spots is far from uniformly bright. Its ground is finely mottled with an appearance of minute,...which, when attentively watched, are found to be in a constunt state of change. There is nothing which represents so faithfully this appearance as the slow...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Tom 25

Royal Astronomical Society - 1865
...appearance of the Solar photosphere has been most aptly described by Sir John Herschel, who says, " There is nothing which represents so faithfully this...as the slow subsidence of some flocculent chemical precipitate in a transparent fluid, when viewed perpendicularly from above." The whole surface of the...
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