| 1762
...the earth, yet it is very poffibl* " that, as high as the moon, this power may differ in " ftrength **much from what it is here." To make an eftimate what...periods of the feveral planets with their diftances from** from the fun, he found, that, if any power like gravity held them in their courfes, its ftrength muft... | |
| 1762
...the degree of this diminution, he confidered whri himfelf, that, if the moon be retained in hct crbit **by the force of gravity, no doubt the primary planets are carried** round the fun by tie like power ; and, by comparing the periods of the: fevera) planets witn their... | |
| 1791
...moon be retained m her orbit by the force cf gravity, no doubt the primary planets are carried round **the fun by the like power ; and by comparing the periods of the feveral planets with their diftances** tmm the fun, lie found that if- any power like gravity held them in their courles, its ftrength muft... | |
| Thomas Mortimer
...here. To make an estimate what might "be the degree of this diminution, he considered with himself, **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force...gravity, no doubt the primary planets are carried** round the sun by the like power ;.and by comparing the periods of the several planets with th'eir distances... | |
| John Aikin - 1808
...here." To make an estimate what might be the degree of this diminution, he considered with himself, **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force...gravity, no doubt the primary planets are carried** round the sun by the like power ; and, by comparing the periods of the several planets with their distances... | |
| John Watkins - 1808 - عدد الصفحات: 552
...here." To form an estimate what might be the degree of this diminution, he considered with himself, **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force of gravity,** then the primary planets must be carried round the sun by the like power. And by comparing the periods... | |
| 1819
...ot' what might be the degree ot thir diminution, he considered with himself, that if tfcc motin he **retained in her orbit by the force of gravity, no doubt the primary planets** .ire carried about tlie sun by the like power; and by comparing the periods of the several planets... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1815
...from what it is here." To make an estimate what might be the degree of this diminution, he considered, **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force...no doubt the primary planets are carried about the** sun by the like power ; and, by comparing the periods of the several planets with their distances from... | |
| James Smith - 1815
...strength from what it is here." To make an estimate of the degree of this diminution, he considered, **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force of gravity, no doubt the primary planets** were retained in their orbits by a similar gravitation towards the sun; and by comparing the periods... | |
| Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...from that which it exerts near the surface. To estimate the degree of this diminution, he considered **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force of gravity,** the primary planets are undoubtedly retained in theirs by a similar power; and by comparing the several... | |
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