| Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1832
...our whole planetary system, as, according to the second • law of Kepler (qv), the cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the sun are as the squares of** the periods of their revolutions (which have long been known). Therefore the determining of this distance... | |
| FRANCIS LIEBER - 1832
...cf our whole planetary system, as, according to the second law of Kepler (qv), the cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the sun are as the squares of** the periods of their revolutions (which have long been known). Therefore the determining of this distance... | |
| Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth - 1835
...of our whole planetary system, as, according to the second law of Kepler (qv), the cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the sun are as the squares of** the periods of their revolutions (which have long been known). Therefore the determining of this distance... | |
| Joseph Denison - 1842 - 40 páginas
...discovered by Kepler in the beginning of the seventeenth century, viz., that the cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the Sun are as the squares of their** periodic times, is found to be invariably consistent with observation, and is therefore so firmly established,... | |
| John Hunter (of Uxbridge.) - 1847
...264. Kepler's Third Law. Newton demonstrated the law ascertained by Kepler, that the cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the Sun are as the squares of their** times of revolution. Examp. If the Earth's mean distance from the Sun be 95071447 miles, and its sidereal... | |
| FRANCIS LIEBER - 1851
...of our whole planetary system, as, according to the second law of Kepler (qv), the cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the sun are as the squares of** the periods of their revolutions (which have long been known). Therefore the determining of 'this distance... | |
| F. BRUNNOW - 1865
...the sun can be found by means of the third law of Kepler, according to which the cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the sun are as the squares of** the times of revolution. Thus from this determination the parallax of the sun was found equal to 9".... | |
| Isaac Newton, Percival Frost - 1878 - 292 páginas
...each others orbits, the statement of Kepler's third law should be amended to " The cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the sun are as the squares of** the periodic times multiplied into the sum of the masses of the sun and the planet. 13. Prove that,... | |
| Sir Isaac Newton, Percival Frost - 1900 - 292 páginas
...each others orbits, the statement of Kepler's third law should be amended to " The cubes of the mean **distances of the planets from the sun are as the squares of** the periodic times multiplied into the sum of the masses of the sun and the planet. 13. Prove that,... | |
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