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" ... he had ever seen before. It was every moment changing into some of the colours of the rainbow, as yellow, orange, purple, and red ; though it was generally white when it was at some distance from the vapours of the horizon. "
Astronomical and Geographical Essays: Containing a Full and Comprehensive ... - Página 149
de George Adams - 1812 - 518 páginas
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Astronomical and geographical essays

George Adams - 1812 - 518 páginas
...second was discovered in 1670 ; the third by Kirchlus, in 1686. In the latter end of September, 1 604, a new star was .discovered, near the heel of the right...; from this time it grew gradually smaller. Kepler supposes that it disappeared some time between October, l(i05, and the February following, but on what...
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St. Nicholas, Volumen 4

1877
...exceeded anything Kepler had ever seen before. It was every moment changing into some of the colors of the rainbow, as yellow, orange, purple, and red,...generally white when it was at some distance from the vapors of the horizon." These changes Jjii.iii'linJtunfl'liirlnl.nt'.Vilrtiiii* . , Il lit * OPHIUCHUS...
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Belgravia, Volumen 32

1877
...that in the vividness of its lustre, and the quickness of its sparkling, it exceeded anything that he had ever seen before. It was every moment changing...at some distance from the vapours of the horizon.' In fact, these changes of colour must not be regarded as indicating aught but the star's superior brightness....
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Belgravia, a London magazine, conducted by M.E. Braddon, Volumen 32

Belgravia - 1877 - 2 páginas
...that in the vividness of its lustre, and the quickness of its sparkling, it exceeded anything that he had ever seen before. It was every moment changing...at some distance from the vapours of the horizon.' In fact, these changes of colour must not be regarded as indicating aught but the star's superior brightness....
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Belgravia: A London Magazine, Volumen 32

1877
...that in the vividness of its lustre, and the quickness of its sparkling, it exceeded anything that he had ever seen before. It was every moment changing...at some distance from the vapours of the horizon.' In fact, these changes of colour must not be regarded as indicating aught but the star's superior brightness....
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen 25;Volumen 88

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1877
...exceeded anything that he had ever seen before. It was every moment changing into some of the colors of the rainbow, as yellow, orange, purple, and red...generally white when it was at some distance from the vapors of the horizon.' In fact, these changes of color must not be regarded as indicating aught but...
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Myths and Marvels of Astronomy

Richard Anthony Proctor - 1878 - 363 páginas
...that in the vividness of its lustre, and the quickness of its sparkling, it exceeded anything that he had ever seen before. It was every moment changing...at some distance from the vapours of the horizon.' In fact, these changes of colour must not be regarded as indicating aught but the star's superior brightness....
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Easy Star Lessons

Richard Anthony Proctor - 1881 - 239 páginas
...that, in the vividness of its lustre and the quickness of its sparkling, it exceeded anything Kepler had ever seen before. It was every moment changing...at some distance from the vapours of the horizon." These changes of colour were, of course, due entirely to our own air. Similar changes can always be...
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Easy Star Lessons

Richard A. Proctor - 1894 - 239 páginas
...that, in the vividness of its lustre and the quickness of its sparkling, it exceeded anything Kepler had ever seen before. It was every moment changing...at some distance from the vapours of the horizon." These changes of colour were, of course, due entirely to our own air. Similar changes can always be...
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