| George Grant - 1849 - عدد الصفحات: 311
...what it is on the earth. In order to form some estimate of the degree of its diminution, he considered **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force of gravity,** the primary planets must also be carried round the sun by the same power ; and by comparing the periods... | |
| George Grant - 1849 - عدد الصفحات: 311
...what it is on the earth. In order to form some estimate of the degree of its diminution, he considered **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force of gravity,** the primary planets must also be carried round the sun by the same power ; and by comparing the periods... | |
| Oliver Goldsmith - 1852
...considerably different. To make an estimate of what might be the degree of the diminution, he considered **that if the moon be retained in her orbit by the force...gravity, no doubt the primary planets are carried** round the sun by a like power ; and by comparing the periods of the several planets with their distances... | |
| Lord Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee - 1853
...be the degree of the dimmution, he considered with himself that if the moon be retained in her orhit **by the force of 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... | |
| Lord Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee - 1854
...is here. To make an estimate what might be the degree of the 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 'he like power ; and by comparing the periods of he several planets with their distances... | |
| Lord Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee, Edward Nares - 1857
...is here. To make an estimate what might be the degree of the 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 "he like power; and by comparing the periods of he several planets with their distances... | |
| Robert Potts - 1879
...an estimate what might be the degree of this diminution, ho considered with himself that, if themoon **be retained in her orbit by the force of 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... | |
| Robert Potts - 1879
...estimate what might be the degree of this diminution, ho considered with himself that, if the moon bu **retained in her orbit by the force of gravity, no doubt the primary planets are carried** round the sun by the like power. And, by comparing the periods of theaeveral planets with their distances... | |
| W. W. ROUSE BALL - 1893
...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... | |
| Paul Carus - 1914
...is 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." As a first approximation, Newton supposed the moon to be a particle... | |
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