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Elements of Astronomy with Numerous Examples and Examination Papers - Página 169
por George W. Parker - 1902 - 233 páginas
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An Introduction to the True Astronomy, Or, Astronomical Lectures, Read in ...

John Keill - 1739 - 396 páginas
...twelve Degrees and fome odd Minutes ; which is called the diurnal Motion of the Moon from the Suv. IF the Plane of the Moon's Orbit coincided with the Plane of the Ecliptick, that is, if the Earth and Mom moved both in the fame Plane, the Way of the Moon in the Heavens...
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Modern Geography: A Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States ..., Volumen1

John Pinkerton - 1804
...and therefore it must happen when the moon is in conjunction with the sun, or at the neis moon. 143. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there -would be an eclipse at every conjunction and opposition ; but the plane of the moon's orbit...
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The Elements of Astronomy: Designed for the Use of Students in the University

Samuel Vince - 1811 - 297 páginas
...sun, and therefore it must happen when the moon is in conjunction with the sun, or at the new moon. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there would be an eclipse at every opposition and conjunction; but the plane of the moon's orbit being...
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A Compendious and Complete System of Modern Geography: Or, A View of the ...

Jedidiah Morse - 1814 - 670 páginas
...sun, and therefore it must happen when the moon is in conjunction with the sun, or at the new moon. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there would be an eclipse at every conjunction and opposition ; but the plane of the moon's orbit being...
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A Complete System of Astronomy, Volumen1

Samuel Vince - 1814
...sun, and therefore it must happen when the moon is in conjunction with the sun, or at the new moon. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there would be an eclipse at every opposition and conjunction ; but the plane of the moon's orbit being...
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The Principles of Hydrostatics: Designed for the Use of Students in the ...

Samuel Vince - 1820 - 151 páginas
...sun, and therefore it must happen when the moon is in conjunction with the sun, or at the new moon. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there would be an eclipse at every opposition and conjunction ; but the plane of the moon's orbit being...
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A New System of Modern Geography, Or, A View of the Present State of the ...

Sidney Edwards Morse - 1822 - 676 páginas
...sun, and therefore it must happen when the inoon is in conjunction with the »un, or at the new moon. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there would be an eclipse at every conjunction and opposition ; but the plane of the moon's orbit being...
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Guys̕ Elements of Astronomy: And, An Abridgement of Keiths' New Treatise on ...

Joseph Guy - 1832 - 173 páginas
...happen when the moon is in opposition to the sun, that is, at the full moon, as plate XIV. fig. 1. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there would be an eclipse at every opposition and conjunction; but as that is not the case, there can...
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Guy's Elements of Astronomy, and an Abridgement of Keith's New Treatise on ...

Joseph Guy - 1845 - 309 páginas
...happen when the moon is in opposition to the sun, that is, at the full moon, as plate XIV. fig. 1. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there would be an eclipse at every opposition and conjunction ; but as that is not the case, there...
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An epitome of astronomy: containing the information requisite for the ...

J. Tabor - 1853
...sun, until she passes entirely out of the penumbra, at «' , and again receives his full light. 169. If the plane of the moon's orbit coincided with the plane of the ecliptic, there would be an eclipse of the sun at every new moon, and an eclipse of the moon at every full moon...
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