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" As the terrestrial globe by turning on its axis represents the real diurnal motion of the earth ; so the celestial globe, by turning on its axis, represents the apparent motion of the heavens. "
Astronomical and Geographical Essays: Containing a Full and Comprehensive ... - Página 309
de George Adams - 1812 - 518 páginas
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An Easy Grammar of Geography: Intended as a Companion and Introduction to ...

J. Goldsmith - 1811 - 144 páginas
...upon it in their natural order and situation. The eye is supposed to be placed in the centre. 271- As the terrestrial globe, by turning on its axis,...globe, by turning on its axis, represents the apparent motion of the heavens. 27'2. The zodiac is an imaginary belt round the heavens, about sixteen degrees...
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Astronomical and geographical essays

George Adams - 1812 - 518 páginas
...be supposed, that the celestial globe is so just a representation of the heavens as the terrestrial globe is of the earth ; because here the stars are...circle which crosses the equator in an angle of about 23- deg. and the angle is called the obliquity of the ecliptic; This circle is divided into twelve...
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An Easy Grammar of Geography: For the Use of Schools, Upon Goldsmith's Much ...

Jacob Willetts - 1815 - 200 páginas
...natural order and situation. The eye l» supposed to be piaccd in the centre. As the terrestrial globe,by turning on its axis, represents the real diurnal motion...globe, by turning on its axis, represents the apparent motion of the heavens. The zodiac is an imaginary belt round the heavens, of about sixteen Degrees...
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Geography: Or, A Description of the World. In Three Parts. Part I ...

Daniel Adams - 1820 - 335 páginas
...drawn upon it, in their natural order and situation. The eye is supposed to be placed in the centre. As the terrestrial globe, by turning on its axis,...; so the celestial globe, by turning on its axis, represent s the apparent motion of the heavens. The Zodiac is an imaginary belt round the heavens,...
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Geography: Or, A Description of the World. In Three Parts. Part I ...

Daniel Adams - 1821 - 337 páginas
...drawn upon it, in their natural order and situation. The eye is supposed to be placed in the centre. As the terrestrial globe by turning on its axis represents...globe, by turning on its axis, represents the apparent motion of the heavens. The Zodiac is an imaginary belt round the heavens, of about sixteen degrees...
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A Grammar of General Geography: For the Use of Schools and Young Persons ...

Sir Richard Phillips - 1821 - 192 páginas
...made in the places of the stars, the real stars in the heavens would be seen through those holes. llo. As the terrestrial globe, by turning on" its axis,...globe, by turning on its axis, represents the apparent motion of the heavens. 1 16. The zodiac is an imaginary belt around the heavens, of about sixteen degrees...
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A grammar of modern geography, illustr. by an accompanying atlas

L. Ring - 1831
...their natural order and situation ; and as the terrestrial globe, by turning on its axis represents the diurnal motion of the earth, so the celestial globe, by turning on its axis, shows the apparent motion of the heavens. Ott. The twelve signs of the zodiac have been already noticed....
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Elements of Geography, Modern and Ancient with a Modern and an Ancient Atlas

Joseph Emerson Worcester - 1844 - 331 páginas
...the eclipse is visible to every part of the earth that in now above the horizon. THE CELESTIAL GLOBE. As the Terrestrial Globe, by turning on its axis,...motion of the earth, so the Celestial Globe, by turning or its axis, represents the apparent motion of the heavens. The nominal points of Aries and Libra are...
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Elements of Geography, Modern and Ancient with a Modern and an Ancient Atlas

Joseph Emerson Worcester - 1844 - 331 páginas
...the horizon. THE CELESTIAL GLOBE. As the Terrestrial Globe, by turning on its axis, represents ihe real diurnal motion of the earth, so the Celestial Globe, by turning or its axis, represents the apparent motion of the heavens. The nominal puints of Aries and Libra are'called...
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Kenny's Goldsmith's Grammar of geography, revised and brought down to the ...

sir Richard Phillips - 1868
...conies above the horizon, and the index will show the time of rising. II.—THE CELESTIAL GLOBE. 2. As the terrestrial globe, by turning on its axis,...globe, by turning on its axis, represents the apparent motion of the heavens. 1. The Celestial Globe is an artificial representation of the heavens, having...
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