| John Imison - Science - 1796 - 638 pages
...fraftion. But this never happens ; for if both the fun and moon fhould ftart from a line of conjuftion **with either of the nodes in any point of the ecliptic, the** fun would perform 18 annual revolutions and 222 degrees over and above, and the moon 230 lunations... | |
| George Gregory - Science - 1808 - 322 pages
...fraction. But this never happens ; for if both the sun and moon should set out together from a line ef **conjunction with either of the nodes, in any point...annual revolutions, and 222 degrees over, and the** moon through 230 lunations and 85 degrees of the 231st, by the time the nodes ' came round to the same... | |
| James Ferguson - Astronomy - 1809 - 533 pages
...were finished without a fraction. But this never happens ; for if both the Sun and Moon should start **from a line of conjunction with either of the nodes in any point of the ecliptic, the Sun would** perform 18 annual revolutions and 222 degrees over and above, and the Moon 230 lunations and 85 degrees... | |
| John Bonnycastle - Astronomy - 1816 - 428 pages
...years and two hundred and twenty-five days; and in this time there would always be a regular period **of eclipses, if any complete number of lunations were...sun would go through eighteen annual revolutions and** two hundred and twenty-two degrees over, and the moon through two hundred and thirty lunations and... | |
| 1828
...lunations were finished without a fraction ; but this never happens ; for if both sun and moon should start **from a line of conjunction with either of the nodes, in any point of the ecliptic, the sun would** perform eighteen annual revolutions, and 222 degrees over and above ; and the moon 230 lunations, and... | |
| Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...were finished without a fraction. But this never happens ; for if both the sun and moon should start **from a line of conjunction with either of the nodes in any point of the ecliptic, the sun would** perform 18 annual revolutions and 222° over and above, and the moon 230 lunations and 85° of the... | |
| Thomas Curtis - Aeronautics - 1829
...fraction. But this never happens ; for if both the sun and moon should start from a line of conj unction **with either of the nodes in any point of the ecliptic, the sun would** perform 18 annual revolutions and 222° over and above, and the moon 230 lunations and 85° of the... | |
| Tobias Ostrander - Astronomy - 1832 - 276 pages
...exactly six signs asunder. fraction. But this never happens, for if both the Sun and Moon should start **from a line of conjunction with either of the nodes in any point of the ecliptic, the Sun would** perform 18 annual revolutions and 222 degrees of the 19th, and the Moon 230 lonations, and 85 degrees... | |
| Elijah Hinsdale Burritt - Astronomy - 1838 - 346 pages
...finished without a remainder. But this never happens ; for if both the Sun and Moon should start fronp **a line of conjunction with either of the nodes in any point of the** ecliplicj the Sun would perform 18 annual revolutions and 222° of another, while the Moon would perform... | |
| Elijah Hinsdale Burritt - Astronomy - 1833 - 344 pages
...were finished without a remainder. But this never happens ; for if both the Sun and Moon should start **from a line of conjunction with either of the nodes in any point of the ecliptic, the Sun would** perform 18 annual revolutions and 9K 8 of another, while the Moon would perform 230 lunations, and... | |
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