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" ... orbits of all the planets, except Pallas, to the plane of the earth's orbit are small. The method of ascertaining the inclinations will be afterward shewn. The points, in which a planet's orbit intersects the plane of the earth's orbit, are called... "
Elements of Astronomy with Numerous Examples and Examination Papers - Página 80
por George W. Parker - 1902 - 233 páginas
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Elements of Plane Astronomy

John Brinkley - 1836 - 287 páginas
...intersects the plane of the earth's orbit, are called nodes. The node through which the planet passes from the southern to the northern side of the ecliptic, is called the ascending node, and the other the descending node. When an inferior planet is near one of its nodes at inferior conjunction,...
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On the Connection of the Physical Sciences

Mary Somerville - 1846 - 460 páginas
...zero : it is then said to be in its nodes (N. 55). The ascending node is that point in the ecliptic, through which the planet passes, in going from the southern to the northern hemisphere. The descending node is a corresponding point in the plane of the ecliptic diametrically...
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On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences

Mary Somerville - 1849 - 524 páginas
...zero : it is then said to be in its nodes (N. 55). The ascending node is that point in the ecliptic through which the planet passes, in going from the southern to the northern hemisphere. The descending node is a corresponding point in the plane of the ecliptic diametrically...
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The Elements Of Astronomy; Or The World As It Is And As It Appears

Edwards - 1850
...the points where its orbit intersects the ecliptic. The ascending node is that point in the ecliptic through which the planet passes in going from the southern to the northern hemisphere. The descending node is a point in the plane of the ecliptic diametrically opposite to the...
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Brinkley's Astronomy

John Brinkley - 1871 - 307 páginas
...intersects the plane of the . earth's orbit, are called nodes. The node through which the planet passes from the southern to the northern side of the ecliptic, is called the ascending node, and the other the descending node. When an inferior planet is near one of its nodes at inferior conjunction,...
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The Elements of Theoretical and Descriptive Astronomy: For the Use of ...

Charles Joyce White - 1872 - 272 páginas
...is callrd the line of the nodes. That extremity of the line through which the moon passes in moving from the southern to the northern side of the ecliptic...the ascending node, the other the descending node. Let the moon move on from M in the arc MB. When it descends to the ecliptic, it will meet it, not at...
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An Astronomical Glossary

John Ellard Gore - 1893 - 139 páginas
...of a planet or comet cuts the plane of the ecliptic. The node at which the planet or comet is rising from the southern to the northern side of the ecliptic is called the ascending •node, and that at which the moving body is passing from the northern to the southern side of the ecliptic,...
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The Whys and Wherefores of Navigation

Gershom Bradford - 1918 - 163 páginas
...are called nodes (corresponding with the equinoxes). The point crossed by the moon as it passes from southern to the northern side of the ecliptic is called the ascending and the other the descending node. The moon's axis is very slowly describing a circle in the heavens,...
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