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Further Dynamic Co-Ordinations
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Notes and References
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*Tyndall, Heat a Mode of Motion, 4th Ed., Sect. 74
†Outlines of Astronomy, Sect. 872
*Statement and Exposition of Certain Harmonies in the Solar System (Smithsonian Contributions, 280), p. 15
‡This reference contains 2 citations:
- Op. cit., p. 4
- Prof. Alexander that he announced this ratio be- fore the American Association in 1857
*Memoir on the Secular Variations of the Elements of the Orbits of the Eight Prin- cipal Planets (Smithsonian Contributions, 232), p. xiv
†Ibid. pp. 5, 38
*Ante, xiii, 239
†Ante, xiv, 628
*Ante, xii, 523-1