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" 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 of gravity, no doubt the primary planets are carried round the sun by the like power. And, by comparing... "
The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy - الصفحة xxxvi
بواسطة Sir Isaac Newton - 1803
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...thought; why not as high as the moon? said he to himself." And further: "[He] considered with himself that, if the moon be retained in her orbit by the...gravity, no doubt the primary planets are carried round the sun by the like power." As we have seen, we have good reason to believe that it occurred...
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...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...
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...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 Hie Sun by the like power. And by comparing the periods of the several planets with their distances...
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