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" Academy for the year 1734; the subject related to the inclination of the planes of the orbits of the planets to the plane of the Sun's equator. "
A Compleat System of Astronomy ... - Page 24
by Charles Leadbetter - 1742
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An Universal Etymological English Dictionary ...

Nathan Bailey - English language - 1756
...that hour-Iine on the {lobe, which is perpendicular to Che dill plane, : :'<a with the Meridian. IN INCLINATION of the planes of the orbits of the planets to the plan« of the ecliptick, are by jißrononan accounted asfollown the orbit of Saturn makes an angle...
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A Treatise Describing the Construction, and Explaining the Use of New ...

George Adams - 1777 - 359 pages
...whilft the earth performs its revolution, may run through the orbit of the planet. 27. The inclination of the orbits of the planets to the plane of the ecliptic, is the caufe, why they do not feem to move in the ecliptic line, but are fometimes above, and at others...
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A General History of Mathematics from the Earliest Times to the Middle of ...

Charles Bossut - Astronomy - 1803 - 540 pages
...the time of the first formation of their zodiac, had sufficiently accurate ideas of the inclinations of the orbits of the planets to the plane of the ecliptic, to comprise these orbits in the extent now assigned them. In fact, according to the opinion of the...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 91, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1821
...any other way that I am awara of; unless, indeed, it may be found, from its effect, ill causing the inclination of the planes of the orbits of the planets to the plane of his equator, and estimated from its analogy to the angles of incidence of the planes of the orbits...
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An elementary astronomy for academies and schools: illustrated by numerous ...

Hiram Mattison - Astronomy - 1849 - 243 pages
...intervals of 8, 235, and 8 years, according to the ratio previously stated. Lesson 32. INCLINATION OF THE ORBITS OF THE PLANETS TO THE PLANE OF THE ECLIPTIC. (Map 5.) t Fig. 1 represents the orbit of. a planet as inclined to the ecliptic at an angle of about...
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The Cambridge Course of Elementary Physics

William James Rolfe, Joseph Anthony Gillet - Astronomy - 1868 - 308 pages
...method of trial and error. (64.) A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE ORBITS OF THE PLANETS. 66. The Inclination of the Orbits of the Planets to the Plane of the Ecliptic. — We have now learned that the earth and all the planets revolve about the sun from west to east;...
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A History of the Mathematical Theories of Attraction and the ..., Volume 1

Isaac Todhunter - Attractions of ellipsoids - 1873 - 508 pages
...221. A double prize was offered by the Paris Academy for the year 1734; the subject related to the inclination of the planes of the orbits of the planets to the plane of the Sun's equator. The prize was divided between John Bernoulli and his son Daniel. The essay by Daniel...
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Elements of astronomy

Hugo Reid - Astronomy - 1874 - 262 pages
...distance of Uranus further from the sun. To obtain a proper idea from the figure of the inclinations of the orbits of the planets to the plane of the ecliptic, the book should be turned sideways so as to place the line representing the sun's radius at the top...
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The Intermediate Text-book of Physical Science

Frederick Hungerford Bowman - Physics - 1882 - 320 pages
...they produce, therefore, are continually varying also. This variation also extends to the inclination of the orbits of the planets to the plane of the ecliptic, and to the satellites as well as to their primaries, because it will be easily seen that so long as...
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Science and Religion

Benjamin F. Loomis - Astrology - 1905 - 397 pages
...direction of the planets' revolution round the Sun. Plate II., on the same sheet, gives the inclination of the orbits of the planets to the plane of the ecliptic. As is seen, by Plate I., the movement indicated by the arrow takes place from right to left. But, to...
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