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" There remains the matter, which seems to me to deserve to be considered the most important in this work, namely, that I should disclose and publish to the world the occasion of discovering and observing four PLANETS, never seen from... "
The Sidereal Messenger of Galileo Galilei: And a Part of the Preface to ... - Page 43
by Galileo Galilei - 1880 - 111 pages
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Star-names and Their Meanings

Richard Hinckley Allen - Constellations - 1899 - 563 pages
...course, was the first to resolve it, and wrote in the Nuncius SiJfreus : l The nebula called Praesepe, which is not one star, only, but a mass of more than forty small stars. I have noticed thirty stars, besides the Aselli. Popularly it also is the Manger, or Crib, the Qdrvr/ of Aratos and...
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Astronomy with the Naked Eye: A New Geography of the Heavens, with ...

Garrett Putman Serviss - Astronomy - 1908 - 246 pages
...eye. In his Sidereus Nuntius, containing the original account of his discoveries, he says : " Praesepe is not one star only, but a mass of more than forty...arranged in the order of the accompanying diagram." 58 0 4> fS- &* * ^ny yjy mm BO m 80 M Chart III 70 CTI 60 60 ; X, *..' ,40 • * . If -. * ' ,...
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Star Lore of All Ages: A Collection of Myths, Legends, and Facts Concerning ...

William Tyler Olcott - Constellations - 1911 - 453 pages
...existence of multitudes of stars invisible to the naked eye. He wrote: "The nebula called Praesepe, which is not one star, only, but a mass of more than forty small stars. I have noticed thirty stars besides the Aselli." The great telescopes of the present day reveal in this cluster three...
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The Stars and Their Stories: A Book for Young People

Constellations - 1913 - 274 pages
...assurances that there are multitudes of stars not visible to the naked eye. He wrote : ' ' Praesepe is not one star only, but a mass of more than forty small stars. ' ' This was a wonderful discovery in the days when nobody else had seen more stars than you or I can...
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Cosmology, Atomic Theory, Evolution: Classic Readings in the Literature of ...

Sir William Cecil Dampier Dampier, Margaret Dampier - Science - 1924 - 275 pages
...Head, in which I have counted twenty-one stars. The second cluster comains the nebula called Prsesepe, which is not one star only, but a mass of more than...the order of the accompanying diagram. DISCOVERY of JUPITER'S SATELLITES, Jan. 7, 1610.- record of GALILEO'S OBSERVATIONS during TWO MONTHS I have now...
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