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Observations Tending to Investigate the Nature of the Sun, in Order to Find the Causes or Symptoms of Its Variable Emission of Light and Heat; With Remarks on the Use That May Possibly Be Drawn from Solar Observations

William Herschel
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
Vol. 91 (1801), pp. 265-318
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/107097
Page Count: 56
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Observations Tending to Investigate the Nature of the Sun, in Order to Find the Causes or Symptoms of Its Variable Emission of Light and Heat; With Remarks on the Use That May Possibly Be Drawn from Solar Observations
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    Phil. Trans. Vol. LXIV. Part I.
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    Phil. Trans. for 1800 p. 528