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" The light of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors, produces no sensible effect upon the thermometer. Our earth, in the course of a month, shows the same phases to the Lunarians as the moon does to us ; the earth is at the full at the time of the new... "
A New System of Modern Geography: Or A View of the Present State of the ... - Page 10
by Sidney Edwards Morse - 1822 - 676 pages
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Modern Geography: A Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States ..., Volume 1

John Pinkerton, Benjamin Smith Barton - Atlases - 1804
...light of the sun : but from experiments made by M.Bouc.uLH,he concluded it to be 300,000 times less. The light of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors,...produces no sensible effect upon the thermometer. Our earth, in the course of a month, shows the same phases to the lunarians, as the moon does to us...
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences

William Nicholson - 1809
...of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors, produces во sensible effect upon the thermometer. Our earth, in the course of a month, shows the same phases...does to us ; the earth is at the full, at the time of the new moon, ami at new, at the time of tlu? full moon. The surface of the earth bring about thirteen...
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The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 4

William Nicholson - Science - 1809
...light of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors, produces DO sensible effect upon the thermometer. Our earth, in the course of a month, shows the same phases...does to us; the earth is at the full, at the time of the new moon, and at new, at tlie time of the full moon. The surface of ihc earth being about thirteen...
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The elements of astronomy: designed for the use of students in the university

Samuel Vince - Astronomy - 1811 - 297 pages
...but, from some experiments of M. Bouguer, he concluded it to be three hundred thousand times less. The light of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors,...produces no sensible effect upon the thermometer. Our earth, in the course of a month, shows the same phases to the Lunarians as the moon does to us...
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A compendious and complete system of modern geography: or, A view of the ...

Jedidiah Morse - Geography - 1814 - 670 pages
...opposition to conjunction her apparent bright part decreases, as it before increased. Mr. Bouguer, from experiments on lunar light, concludes that 300,000...same phases to the lunarians, as the moon does to rs ; the earth is at the full, at the time of new moon, and new at the time of full moon. The surface...
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A Complete System of Astronomy, Volume 1

Samuel Vince, James Bradley, Nicolas Louis de La Caille, Tobias Mayer, Franz Xaver Freiherr von Zach - Astronomy - 1814 - 571 pages
...of the sun ; but from some experiments of M. BOUGUER, he concluded it to be 30O thousand times less. The light of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors,...produces no sensible effect upon the thermometer. Our earth, in the course of a month, shows the same phases to the Lunarians, as the moon does to us...
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The principles of hydrostatics: designed for the use of students in the ...

Samuel Vince - Hydrostatics - 1820 - 151 pages
...but, from some experiments of M. Bouguer, he concluded it to be three hundred thousand times less. The light of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors,...produces no sensible effect upon the thermometer. Our earth, in the course of a month, shows the same phases to the Lunarians, as the moon does to us;...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 8

William Nicholson - Science - 1821
...sun; but from experiments made by M. Bouguer, he concluded it to be three hundred thousand times less. The light of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors, produces no sensible effect upon the thermometer Our earth, in the course of a month, shews the same phases to the lunaries, as the moon does to us;...
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British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 8

William Nicholson - Science - 1821
...; but from experiments made by M. Bouguer, he concluded it to be three hundred thousand times less. The light of the moon, condensed by the best mirrors, produces no sensible effect upon the thermometer Our earth, in the course of a month, shews the same phases to the lunaries, as the moon does to us...
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A New System of Modern Geography, Or, A View of the Present State of the World

Sidney Edwards Morse, Jedidiah Morse - Geography - 1822 - 676 pages
...opposition to conjunction her apparent bright part decreases, as it before increased. Mr. Bouguer, from experiments on lunar light, concludes that 300,000...not make a stronger light, than that of clear bright sunihine. The light of the moon condensed by the best mirror* produces no sensible effect upon the...
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