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" But the only certain fact which has been added to science in this department is the proof given by Arago that the light of the sun emanated (not from an incandescent solid, but) from a gaseous atmosphere, the light of incandescent solid bodies being polarized... "
The Sydney Magazine of Science and Art - Página 205
por Joseph Dyer - 1858
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volumen27

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1858
...department is the proof given by Arago, that the light of the Sun emanated, not from an incandescent wild, but from a gaseous atmosphere ; the light of incandescent...bear to certain phenomena of terrestrial magnetism, 1857. d have attracted fresh interest to the study of the solar surface ; and, upon the suggestion...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volumen2

1857
...iiae been added to science in this department is the proof giren by Arago that the light of the SUD emanated (not from an incandescent solid, but) from...being 11 years and 40 days. This remarkable fact, aud the relation which it appears to bear to certain phenomena of terrestrial magnetism, have attracted...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Volumen67

1857
...the relation of the solarspots and terrestrial magnetism. According to the observations of Schwabe, continued without intermission for more than thirty...and decreases periodically, the length of the period beingeleven years and fortydays. This fact, and the relation which it appears to bear to certain phenomena...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volumen67

Sholto Percy - 1857
...the relation of the solar spots and terrestrial magnetism. According to the observations of Schwabe, continued without intermission for more than thirty...surface obscured by spots increases and decreases periodically,u\e length of the period beingeleven years and fortydays. This fact, and the relation...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volumen27

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1858
...entirely analogous in our own System. These appearances are accounted for, by an able anonymous writer, by the action of gravitating forces combined with the...periodically, the length of the period being 11 years and 10 days. This remarkable fact, and the relation which it appears to bear to certain phenomena of terrestrial...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - 1858
...polarized Ъ/j refraction, while the light of the sun, and that emitted by gaseous bodies, is unpolarlzed. According to the observations of Schwabe, which have...decreases periodically, the length of the period being eleven years and forty days. This remarkable fact, and the relation which it appears to bear to certain...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen43

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1858
...refraction, while the light of the sun, and that emitted by gaseous bodies, is unpolarlzed. According the observations of Schwabe, which have been continued...decreases periodically, the length of the period being 1 1 years and 40 days. This remarkable fact, and the relation which it appears to bear to certain phenomena...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volumen18

1858
...polarized by refraction, while tho light of tho sun, and that emitted by gaseous bodies, is unpdarizcd. According to the observations of Schwabe, which have...the solar surface obscured by spots increases and décroises periodically, the length of tho period being eleven yerirs and forty days. This remarkable...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volumen27

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1858
...been continued without intermission for more than thirty years, the magnitude of the solar »urface obscured by spots increases and decreases periodically, the length of the period being 11 years and <K) days. This remarkable fact, and the relation which it appears to bear to certain phenomena of terrestrial...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - 1858
...which agreed in considering it to be an opaque body, surrounded at some distance by a luminous envelop. But the only certain fact which has been added to...decreases periodically, the length of the period being eleven years and forty days. This remarkable fact, and the relation which it appears to bear to certain...
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