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" The orbit of each planet is an ellipse, having the sun in one of its foci. II. The radius vector joining the sun to the planet sweeps over equal areas in equal times. III. The squares of the periodie times of the several planets vary as the cubes of their... "
Elements of Astronomy with Numerous Examples and Examination Papers - Página 65
por George W. Parker - 1902 - 233 páginas
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Liber Cantabrigiensis, an account of the aids afforded to poor students, the ...

Robert Potts - 1855
...terms of the series l r + 2 r + &c., Cr -I » w r + 1 — = : , when n is indefinitely increased. 17. The squares of the periodic times of the planets vary as the cubes of their distances from the Sun. The periodic time of Neptune : the periodic time of the earth :: 164.5 : 1....
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Saturn and Its System: Containing Discussions of the Motions (real and ...

Richard Anthony Proctor - 1865 - 252 páginas
...appears to be true for every such pair, and thus the third law of Kepler is established; viz., that, 3. The squares of the periodic times of the planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances.* Such are the laws of Kepler—laws purely empirical as presented by him, but destined to prepare the...
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Saturn and its system. To which are appended notes on Chaldæan astronomy ...

Richard Anthony Proctor - 1865
...appears to be true for every such pair, and thus the third law of Kepler is established ; viz., that, 3. The squares of the periodic times of the planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances.* Such are the laws of Kepler — laws purely empirical as presented by him, but destined to prepare...
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Algebraical Exercises, Progressively Arranged

Charles Alfred Jones, Charles Hartwell Horne Cheyne - 1867 - 164 páginas
...2— 4#— 4¿»2 its greatest possible value. 4. The squares of the times of revolution of different planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances from the sun; compare the mean distances of two planets, whose times of revolution are respectively P and^>. 6. Out...
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Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Volumen7

Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) - 1878
...is situated. 2. The line drawn from the sun to a planet sweeps over equal areas in equal times. 3. The squares of the periodic times of the planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances. In 1609 the telescope was invented by Jansen, a Dutchman, and Galileo constructed for himself an extremely...
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Saturn and Its System: Containing Discussions of the Motions (real and ...

Richard Anthony Proctor - 1882 - 211 páginas
...appears to be true for every such pair, and thus the third law of Kepler is established ; viz., that, 3. The squares of the periodic times of the planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances.2 Such are the laws of Kepler — laws purely empirical as presented by him, but destined...
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Science for all. Ed. by R. Brown, Volumen1

Science - 1883
...calculations, before he recognised the truth of the law. It may be thus expressed : — Kepler's Third Law. — The squares of the periodic times of the planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances.* These three are the laws according to which the planets, including our own earth, actually move around...
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The Human Mind: A Treatise in Mental Philosophy

Edward John Hamilton - 1883 - 720 páginas
...path of every planet is an ellipse, and that the squares of the times of revolution of the different planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances from the sun. Newton conjectured that a force directed towards the center of the sun, and varying inversely as the...
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Mental Science: A Text-book for Schools and Colleges

Edward John Hamilton - 1886 - 416 páginas
...path of every planet is an ellipse, and that the squares of the times of revolution of the different planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances from the sun. Newton conjectured that a force directed towards the centre of the sun, and varying inversely as the...
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Descriptive astronomy, elementary chemistry, blowpiping, mineralogy, geology

International Correspondence Schools - 1899
...planet sweeps over equal areas in equal times. Ill. The squares of the periodie times of the several planets vary as the cubes of their mean distances from the sun. 92. In order that the student may fully understand the meaning and importance of these laws, we shall...
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