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" Jaques Badovere, which finally determined me to give myself up first to inquire into the principle of the telescope, and then to consider the means by which I might ,. compass the invention of a similar instrument, which after a little while I succeeded... "
The Sidereal messenger of Galileo Galilei, and a part of the preface to ... - Page 10
by Galileo Galilei, Johann Kepler - 1880
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 66

Technology - 1904
...few days after, I received confirmation of the report in a letter . . . which finally determined me to inquire into the principle of the telescope* and...compass the invention of a similar instrument, which, in a little while, I succeeded in doing, through deep study of the theory of refraction. . . . At length...
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 66

Technology - 1904
...few days after, I received confirmation of the report in a letter . . . which finally determined me to inquire into the principle of the telescope* and...compass the invention of a similar instrument, which, in a little while, I succeeded in doing, through deep study of the theory of refraction. ... At length...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 265

1910
...a noble Frenchman, Jacques Badovere, which finally determined me to give myself up first to enquire into the principle of the telescope, and then to consider the means by which I might compase the invention of a simular Instrument, which a little while after I succeeded in doing, through...
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Popular Science Monthly and World's Advance, Volume 66

Technology - 1904
...few days after, I received confirmation of the report in a letter . . . which finally determined me to inquire into the principle of the telescope* and...compass the invention of a similar instrument, which, in a little while, I succeeded in doing, through deep study of the theory of refraction. ... At length...
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The Great Astronomical Revolution: 1534-1687 and the Space Age Epilogue

Patrick Moore - Science - 1994 - 258 pages
...my ears that a Dutchman had constructed a telescope, by the aid of which visible objects, although a great distance from the eye of the observer, were...compass the invention of a similar instrument, which after a little while I succeeded in doing, through deep study of the theory of refraction ; and I prepared...
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Perspectives on Western Art, Volume 2: Source Documents and Readings from ...

Linnea H. Wren - Art - 1993 - 468 pages
...but others contradicted. A few days after, I received confirmation of the report in a letter . . . which finally determined me to give myself up first...might compass the invention of a similar instrument. ... At length, by sparing neither labor nor expense, I succeeded in constructing for myself an instrument...
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The English Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents

Kate Aughterson - History - 2002 - 608 pages
...after, I received confirmation of the report in a letter wriuen from Paris hy a nohle Frenchman. Jacques Badovere, which finally determined me to give myself...principle of the telescope, and then to consider the means hy which I might compass the invention of a similar instrument, which a little while after I succeeded...
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Cosmology, Atomic Theory, Evolution: Classic Readings in the Literature of ...

William Cecil Dampier Dampier, Margaret Dampier - Science - 2003 - 275 pages
...TELESCOPE About ten months ago a report reached my ears that a Dutchman had constructed a telescope, by the aid of which visible objects, although at a great...compass the invention of a similar instrument, which after a little while I succeeded in doing, through deep study of the theory of Refraction; and I prepared...
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The History of the Telescope

Henry C. King - Science - 2011 - 456 pages
..., received confirmation of the report in a letter written from Paris by a noble Frenchman, Jacques Badovere, which finally determined me to give myself...doing, through deep study of the theory of Refraction. At Padua, and within twenty-four hours of his arrival there, Galileo made his first telescope (Fig....
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The Living Age, Volume 265

1910
...a noble Frenchman, Jacques Badovere, which finally determined me to give myself up first to enquire into the principle of the telescope, and then to consider...means by which I might compass the invention of a simlliar instrument, which a little while after I succeeded in doing, through deep study of the theory...
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