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" Way, which undoubtedly is nothing but a stratum of fixed stars. And as this latter immense starry bed is not of equal breadth or lustre in every part, nor runs on in one straight direction, but is curved and even divided into two streams along a very... "
The Panorama of Science and Art: Embracing the Sciences of Aerostation ... - Pagina 570
di James Smith - 1815
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The Family Encyclopedia of Useful Knowledge and General Literature ...

John Lauris Blake - 1834 - 960 pagine
...nothing but a stratum of fixed stare: and as this latter immense starry bed is not of equal breadth or lustre in every part, nor runs on in one straight...the greatest variety in the strata of the cluster of stars and nebula1. One of these nebulous beds is so rich, that, in passing through a section of it...
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Burford cottage, and its robin-red-breast, by the author of Keepr's travels

Edward Augustus Kendall - 1835
...stratum of fixed stars ; and as this immense starry bed is not of equal lustre in every part, nor runs in one straight direction, but is curved, and even...divided into two streams along a very considerable proportion of it ; we may likewise expect the greatest variety in the strata of the clusters of the...
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Burford Cottage, and Its Robin-red-breast

Edward Augustus Kendall - 1835 - 476 pagine
...stratum of fixed stars ; and as this immense starry bed is not of equal lustre in every part, nor runs in one straight direction, but is curved, and even...divided into two streams along a very considerable proportion of it ; we may likewise expect the greatest variety in the strata of the clusters of the...
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A Popular Grammar of the Elements of Astronomy

Thomas Squire - 1836 - 287 pagine
...nothing but a stratum of fixed stars ; and as this latter immense starry bed is not of equal breadth or lustre in every part, nor runs on in one straight...likewise expect the greatest variety in the strata of the clusters of stars and nebulae. 5. One of these nebulous beds is so rich, that, in passing through a...
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Distant glimpses; or, Astronomical sketches

Frances Barbara Burton - 1837
...this starry bed — the milky " way — is not of equal breadth, or lustre, in every " part, nor runs in one straight direction, but is " curved, and even divided into two streams " along a very large portion of it, so, the greatest " variety is discernable in the stratas, and clusters, " of those...
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The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ...

Charles Frederick Partington - 1838
...immense starry bed is not of equal lustre in every part, nor runs in one straight direcASTRONOMY. tion, but is curved, and even divided into two streams along...variety in the strata of the cluster of the stars and nebulse. One of these nebulous beds is so rich, that in passing through a section of it in the time...
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Astronomy simplified

Frances Barbara Burton - 1838
...Herschel, " this starry bed-the milky way-is not of equal breadth, or " lustre, in every part, nor runs in one straight direction, but " is curved, and even divided into two streams along a very " large portion of it, so, the greatest variety is discernable " in the strata, and clusters, of those...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 99

1840
...nothing but a stratum of fixed stars. And as this latter immense starry bed is not of equal breadth or lustre in every part, nor runs on in one straight direction, but is curved and even divided into streams along a very considerable portion of it, we may likewise expect the greatest variety in the...
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Popular Lectures on Science and Art, Volume 2

Dionysius Lardner - 1846
...or lustre in every part, nor runs on in one straight direction, but is curved and even divided into streams along a very considerable portion of it, we...likewise expect the greatest variety in the strata of the clusters of stars and nebulae. One of these nebulous beds is so rich, that in passing through a section...
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Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal ..., Volume 2

Dionysius Lardner - 1846
...nothing but a stratum of fixed stars. And as this latter immense starry bed is not of equal breadth or lustre in every part, nor runs on in one straight direction, but is curved and even divided into streams along a very considerable portion of it, we may likewise expect the greatest variety in the...
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