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" If the Theory of making Telescopes could at length be fully brought into practice, yet there would be certain Bounds beyond which Telescopes could not perform. For the Air through which we look upon the Stars, is in a perpetual Tremor; as may be seen... "
pt.1. [A treatise on physics - Pagina 271
di Jacques Rohault - 1735
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Opticks: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ...

Isaac Newton - 1730 - 382 pagine
...at length be fully brought into Practice, yet there would be certain Bounds beyond which Telefcopes could not perform. For the Air through which we look upon the Stars, is in a perpetual Tremor ; as may be feen by the tremulous Motion of Shadows cafl from high Towers,...
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The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 7

1898
...at length be fully brought into practice, yet there would be certain bounds beyond which telescopes could not perform. For the air through whIch we look upon the stars is in a perpetual tremor, as may be seen by the tremulous motion of shadows cast from high towers and...
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The Study of Stellar Evolution: An Account of Some Recent Methods of ...

George Ellery Hale - 1908 - 252 pagine
...at length be fully brought into practice, yet there would be certain Bounds beyond which Telescopes could not perform. For the Air through which we look upon the Stars, is in a perpetual Tremor; as may be seen by the tremulous Motion of Shadows cast from high Towers,...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 160

1884
...length be fiilly brought into practice, yet there would ' be certain bounds beyond which telescopes could not perform. For ' the air through which we look upon the stars is in a perpetual tremor, ' as may be seen by the tremulous motion of shadows cast from high ' towers,...
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Imaging Through Turbulence

Michael C. Roggemann, Byron M. Welsh, Bobby R. Hunt - 1996 - 320 pagine
...at length be fully brought into Practice, yet would there be certain Bounds beyond which Telescopes could not perform. For the air through which we look upon the Stars, is in perpetual Tremor; as may be seen by the tremulous Motion of Shadows cast from high Towers, and...
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Adaptive Optics for Astronomical Telescopes

John W. Hardy - 1998 - 438 pagine
...at length he fully brought into Practice. yet there would be certain Bounds beyond which Telescopes could not perform. For the Air through which we look upon the Stars. is in a perpetual Tremor: as may be seen by the tremulous Motion of Shadows cast from high Towers....
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Cognitive Penetrability of Perception: Attention, Action, Strategies, and ...

Athanassios Raftopoulos - 2005 - 217 pagine
...at length be fully brought into Practice, yet there would be certain bounds beyond which Telescopes could not perform. For the Air through which we look upon the Stars, is in a perpetual Tremor. . . . Long Telescopes may cause Objects to appear brighter and larger than...
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The History of the Laser

Mario Bertolotti - 2004 - 316 pagine
...at length be fully brought into Practice, yet there would be certain Bounds beyond which Telescopes could not perform. For the Air through which we look upon the Stars, is in perpetual Tremor; as may be seen by the tremulous Motion of Shadows cast from high Towers, and...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 41;Volume 104

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1885
...at length be fully brought into practice, yet there would be certain bounds beyond which telescopes could not perform. For the air through which we look upon the stars is in a perpetual tremor as may be seen by the tremulous motion of shadows cast from high towers, and...
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