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" Considering it with attention, we are astonished to see all the planets move round the Sun from west to east, and nearly in the same plane, all the satellites moving round their respective planets in the same direction, and nearly in the same plane with... "
The System of the World - Page 352
by Pierre Simon marquis de Laplace - 1809
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An Easy Grammar of Natural and Experimental Philosophy: For the Use of Schools

Sir Richard Phillips - Physics - 1811 - 152 pages
...9 ,the Earth©, Mars £ , Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta,* Jupiter y., Saturn lj, and Herschel $. 298. All the planets move round the Sun from west to east, and in the same direction do the moons move round their primaries, excepting those of the Herschel, which...
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A Compendious Treatise on the Use of the Globes, and of Maps: Compiled from ...

John Lathrop - Astronomy - 1812 - 183 pages
...number of comets. 273. The earth has one moon, Jupiter four, Saturn seven, and Herschel six moons. 274. All the planets move round the sun from west to east, and the secondary planets move round their primaries in the same direction, excepting those of Herschel,*...
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The new pocket cyclopædia: or, Elements of useful knowledge

John Millard (assistant librarian of the Surrey inst.) - 1813
...not appear to have any satellites or moons : though it was suspected by Cassiui that Veu os had one. All the planets move round the sun from west to east, and the moons revolve round their primaries in the same direction, excepting those of the Herschel, which...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...relations, which may throw light on their origin; considering them with attention, we are astonished to see all the planets move round the Sun from west to east,...and those satellites in which a motion of rotation has been observed, turn on their own axis, in the same direction, and nearly in the same plane as their...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art: Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 1

Edward Polehampton, John Mason Good - Natural history - 1818
...with attention, we are astonished to see all the planets move round the Sun from west to east, ami nearly in the same plane all the satellites moving round their respective planets hi the same direction, and nearly in the same plane with the planets. Lastly, the sun, the planets,...
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 2

William Nicholson - Science - 1819
...seeji without a good telescope. The other five planets do not appear to have any satellites, or moons. All the planets move round the sun from west to east, and in the same direction do the moons revolve round their primaries, excepting those of the Herschel planet,...
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British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 2

William Nicholson - Science - 1819
...seen without a good telescope. The other five planets do not appear to have any satellites, or moons. All the planets move round the sun from west to east, and in the same direction do the moons revolve round their primaries, excepting those of the Herschel planet,...
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Tract on Comets: And Particularly on the Comet that is to Intersect the ...

François Arago - Comets - 1832 - 89 pages
...requires to be explained on the supposition that a comet has already been precipitated into the sun. All the planets move round the sun from west to east, and in planes forming with each other but very small angles. The satellites move round their respective...
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Youth's Book of Astronomy

John Lee Comstock - Astronomy - 1838 - 256 pages
...still there exists several remarkable coincidences, and relations between them. Thus all these bodies move round the sun from west to east, and nearly in the same plane, and all the satellites move round their primaries in the same direction, and nearly in the same plane...
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A manual of natural philosophy, by J.L. Comstock and R.D. Hoblyn

John Lee Comstock, Richard Dennis Hoblyn - 1846
...time of these periods is generally in proportion to the distance of each planet from the sun. 545. " All the planets move round the sun from west to east, and in the same direction do the moons revolve round their primaries, with the exception of those of Herschel,...
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