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" I have eaid, he spent to satisfy himself — six more years to satisfy, and still thirteen more to convince, mankind. For thirty years never has the Sun exhibited his disc above the horizon of Dessau without being confronted by Schwabe's imperturbable... "
Astronomical Register: A Medium of Communication for Amateur Observers and ... - Page 32
1867
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 17

Astronomy - 1857
...and still thirteen more to convince, mankind. For thirty years never has the sun exhibited his disk above the horizon of Dessau without being confronted...appears to have happened on an average about 300 days a-year. So, supposing that he observed but once a-day, he has made 9000 observations, in the course...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1859
...me to be almost as unreasonable as to doubt the influence of the moon on the tides of the ocean. " For thirty years never has the sun exhibited his disc...being confronted by Schwabe's imperturbable telescope, niul that appears to have happened on an average about 300 days a year. So, supposing that he observed...
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The Intellectual Observer, Volume 5

Science - 1864
...of the Astronomical Society said, in presenting to him their gold medal, never did the sun exhibit his disc above the horizon of Dessau without being...imperturbable telescope, and that appears to have happened about three hundred days in a year. Nor was that other important discovery of the currents by which...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 20; Volume 23

William Makepeace Thackeray - Electronic journals - 1869
...spots and clusters visible upon it. " For thirty years," said Dr. Main, in 1857, " the sun has never exhibited his disc above the horizon of Dessau without...confronted by Schwabe's imperturbable telescope, and, on the average, that seems to have happened about 800 days a year. So, supposing he observed but once...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 1

Science - 1872
...Society, in awarding him its gold medal, said : " For thirty years, never has the sun exhibited his disk above the horizon of Dessau, without being confronted...imperturbable telescope, and that appears to have happened about 300 days in a year. So that, supposing he observed but once a day, he has made 9,000 observations,...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 1

Science - 1872
...Society, in awarding him its gold medal, said : " For thirty years, never has the sun exhibited his disk above the horizon of Dessau, without being confronted...imperturbable telescope, and that appears to have happened about 300 days in a year. So that, supposing he observed but once a day, he has made 9,000 observations,...
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Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes

Thomas William Webb - Astronomy - 1873 - 343 pages
...Council has thought fit to confer on M. Schwabe this highest tribute of the Society's applause. What they wish most emphatically to express is their admiration...appears to have happened on an average about 300 days a-year. So, supposing that he observed but once a-day, he has made 9,000 observations, in the course...
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Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes

Thomas William Webb - Astronomy - 1873 - 343 pages
...which he has displayed in bringing that research to a successful issue. Twelve years, as I have eaid, he spent to satisfy himself — six more years to...appears to have happened on an average about 300 days a-year. So, supposing that he observed but once a-day, he has made 9,000 observations, in the course...
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Bulletin of the Minnesota Academy of Natural Sciences, Volume 2

Minnesota Academy of Natural Sciences - Natural history - 1882
...more to convince mankind. For thirty years never has the sun exhibited his disc above the horizon at Dessau without being confronted by Schwabe's imperturbable...that appears to have happened on an average about three hundred days a year. So that, supposing Ire observed but once a day, he ha'S made nine thousand...
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A Handbook of Descriptive and Practical Astronomy: The sun, planets, and comets

George Frederick Chambers - Astronomical instruments - 1889
...issue. Twelve yean, as I have said, he spent to satisfy himself; six more years to satisfy, and Btill thirteen more to convince, mankind. For thirty years...the horizon of Dessau without being confronted by Schwabe' s imperturbable telescope, and that appears to have happened, on an average, about 300 days...
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