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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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Report of the United States Entomological Commission for the Years ...

United States Entomological Commission - 1883
...with an appearance of minute, dark spots or pores, which, when attentively watched, are found to bo in a constant state of change. There is nothing which represents so faithfully this appearanco as the slow subsidence of some floccnlent chemical precipitates in • transparent fluid,...
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Outlines of Astronomy: By Sir John F. W. Herschel, Część 1

John Frederick William Herschel - 1902 - Liczba stron: 463
...of the subject. 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,...pores, which, when attentively watched, are found to 14 Mayer, Obs. Mar. 15, 1758. "Ingens macula in sole conspiciebatur, cnjus diameter — £, diam. soils."...
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Methodist Review, Tom 33

1851
...miles a day. " 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...watched, are found to be in a constant state of change. " Lastly, in the neighbourhood of great spots, or extensive groups of them, large spaces of the surface...
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Philosophical Magazine

1864
...appearance of minute dark dots ov pores, which, when attentively watched, are found to be in a constan¿ state of change. There is nothing which represents...faithfully this appearance as the slow subsidence of some fiocculent chemical précipi¿ tates in a transparent fluid, when viewed perpendicularly from above.'!...
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The Primitive Methodist Magazine

1876
...declares, that " 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...faithfully this appearance as the slow subsidence of some flocculeut chemical precipitates in a transparent fluid when viewed perpendicularly from above." Father...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

1864
...where he says, " 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 represents so faithfully this appearance as the glow subsidence of some flocculent chemical precipitates in a transparent fluid, when viewed perpendicularly...
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