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" It is worthy of particular notice, that the point from which the meteors seemed to emanate was observed, by those who fixed its position among the stars, to be in the constellation Leo; and, according to their concurrent testimony, this radiant point... "
The Geography of the Heavens, and Class Book of Astronomy: Accompanied by a ... - Page 165
by Elijah Hinsdale Burritt - 1838 - 305 pages
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The American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the ..., Volumes 5-6

Almanacs, American - 1834 - 718 pages
...explode with the noise of a cannon. The apparent radiant, or the point from which the meteors seemed lo emanate, was observed, by those who fixed its position among the stars, to be in the constellation Leo. At New Haven it appeared in the bend of the sickle (a collection of stars in the breast of Leo), a...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 99

Child rearing - 1840 - 460 pages
...in the interval between the appearances above mentioned."* It is worthy of particular notice, that the point from which the meteors seemed to emanate...during the whole period of observation — that is, did not mqve along with the earth in its diurnal revolution eastward,, but accompanied the stars in...
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Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal ..., Volume 1

Dionysius Lardner - Science - 1846 - 664 pages
...course the heavens for a great length of time, and then was heard to explode with the noise of a cannon. The point from which the meteors seemed to emanate,...among the stars to be in the constellation Leo ; and what is very remarkable, this point was stationary among the stars during the whole period of observation...
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The Bible class magazine [ed. by C.H. Bateman]., Volume 2

National Sunday school union - 1849 - 346 pages
...fallen to our lot to observe a phenomenon so magnificent and sublime." It is worthy of notice that the point from which the meteors seemed to emanate...stars during the whole period of observation — that it did not move along with the earth in its diurnal revolution eastward, but accompanied the stars...
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The Geography of the Heavens, and Class-book of Astronomy: Accompanied by a ...

Elijah Hinsdale Burritt - Astronomy - 1850 - 344 pages
...was seen near the zenith, remaining for some time almost stationary, emitting large streams of light. The point from which the meteors seemed to emanate,...in the constellation Leo ; and, according to their concnrrent testimony, this RADIANT POINT was stationary among the stars, doring the whole period of...
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Popular Lectures on Science and Art: Delivered in the Principal ..., Volume 1

Dionysius Lardner - Astronomy - 1850 - 614 pages
...the third, of undefined, luminous bodies, which remained nearly stationary for a long time. 466 467 from which the meteors seemed to emanate, was observed...among the stars to be in the constellation Leo ; and what is very remarkable, this point was stationary among the stars during the whole period of observation...
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The Complete Works of Thomas Dick, Volume 3

Thomas Dick - Astronomy - 1850 - 586 pages
...the interval between the appearances above mentioned."* ' It is worthy of particular" notice, that the point from which the meteors seemed to emanate...by those who fixed its position among the stars, to he in the constellation Leo; and, according to (heir concurrent testimony, this radiant point was stationary...
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The Complete Works of Thomas Dick, LL. D. ... Eleven Volumes in Two..., Volume 2

Thomas Dick - 1857 - 878 pages
...in the interval between the appearances above mentioned."* It is worthy of particular notice, that the point from which the meteors seemed to emanate...move along with the earth in its diurnal revolution east" ward, but accompanied the stars in their apparent progress westward, which proves the elevation...
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The Christian Philosopher: Or, The Connection of Science and Philosophy with ...

Thomas Dick - Philosophy and religion - 1869 - 664 pages
...magnificent and sublime." — It is worthy of particular notice that the noiut from which the meteors scorned to emanate was observed, by those who fixed its position...stars during the whole period of observation — that it did not move along with the earth in its diurnal revolution eastward, but accompanied the stars...
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The Geography of the Heavens: And Class-book of Astronomy: Accompanied by a ...

Elijah Hinsdale Burritt - Astronomy - 1873 - 358 pages
...neat Uie zeiiith, remaining for some time almost stationary, emitting large streams of light. 301. The point from which the meteors seemed to emanate,...those who fixed its position among the stars, to be in constellation Leo ; and, according to their concurrent testimony, this RADIANT POINT was stationary...
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