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" It was then as bright as Sirius, and continued to increase till it surpassed Jupiter when brightest, and was visible at mid-day. It began to diminish in December of the same year, and in March 1574, had entirely disappeared. "
An introduction to geography and astronomy, with the use of the globes, by E ... - Página 268
de Edward Bruce (bookseller.), John Bruce - 1846 - 120 páginas
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Astronomy

John Frederick William Herschel - 1833 - 422 páginas
...one evening (the llth of November) from his laboratory to his dwelling-house, was surprised to find a group of country people gazing at a star, which he was sure did not exist half an hour before. This .was the star in question. It was then as bright ar Sirius, and continued to increase till it...
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Astronomy

sir John Frederick W. Herschel (1st bart.) - 1833
...one evening (the 1 1th of November) from his laboratory to his dwelling-house, was surprised to find a group of country people gazing at a star, which he was sure did not exist half an hour before. This was the star in question. It was then as bright as Sirius, and continued to increase till it surpassed...
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An Elementary Treatise on Astronomy: Adapted to the Present Improved State ...

John Farrar - 1834 - 462 páginas
...one evening, the llth of November, from his laboratory to his dwelling-house, was surprised to find a group of country people gazing at a star, which he was sure did not exist half an hour before. This was the star in question. It was then as bright as Sirius, and continued to increase till it surpassed...
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A Compendium of Astronomy

Denison Olmsted - 1839 - 276 páginas
...Give examples. Do they ever return ? Do stars ever disappear 1 day was surprized to find a collection of country people gazing at a star which he was sure...did not exist half an hour before. It was then as bright as Sirius, and continued to increase until it surpassed Jupiter when brightest, and was visible...
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An Introduction to Astronomy: Designed as a Textbook for the Use of Students ...

Denison Olmsted - 1839 - 276 páginas
...in 1572, was so sudden, that Tycho Brahe returning home one day was surprized to find a collection of country people gazing at a star which he was sure...did not exist half an hour before. It was then as bright as Sirius, and continued to increase until it surpassed Jupiter when brightest, and was visible...
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Letters on Astronomy: Addressed to a Lady; in which the Elements of the ...

Denison Olmsted - 1841 - 419 páginas
...in 1572 was so sudden, that Tycho Brahe, returning home one day, was surprised to find a collection of country people gazing at a star which he was sure...did not exist half an hour before. It was then as bright as Sirius, and continued to increase until it surpassed Jupiter when brightest, and was visible...
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Popular cyclopaedia of natural science (by W.B. Carpenter).

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1843
...evening from his observatory to his dwelling-house, was surprised to find a group of country-people gazing at a star, which he was sure did not exist half an hour before. This was the star in question. It was then as brilliant as Sirius, and continued to increase, till...
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Mechanical Philosophy, Horology and Astronomy

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1843 - 7 páginas
...evening from his observatory to his dwelling-house, was surprised to find a group of country-people gazing at a star, which he was sure did not exist half an hour before. This was the star in question. It was then as brilliant as Sirius, and continued to increase, till...
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A manual of natural philosophy, by J.L. Comstock and R.D. Hoblyn

John Lee Comstock - 1846
...Brahe, returning one evening (Nov. 11) from his laboratory to his dwellinghouse, was surprised to find a group of country people gazing at a star, which...did not exist half an hour before. It was then as bright as Sirius, and continued to increase till it surpassed Jupiter when brightest, and was visible...
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Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal ..., Volumen 2

Dionysius Lardner - 1846
...Ith November from his laboratory to his dwelling-house, was astonished to find a crowd of peasants gazing at a star which he was sure did not exist half an hour before. This was the temporary star of 1572. It was then as bright as the Dog-star, and it continued to increase...
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