The Revolution Of The Moon

Author: Andrea Camilleri
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1609453921
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From the author of the Inspector Montalbano series comes the remarkable account of an exceptional woman who rises to power in 17th century Sicily and brings about sweeping changes that threaten the iron-fisted patriarchy, before being cast ...

Astrologia Gallica

Author: J-B Morin
Publisher: American Federation of Astr
ISBN: 0866905154
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Secondly, for the year, month, and day on which the lunar revolution to be
erected falls, it should be sought from the ephemerides or tables from which the
radical place of the Moon was taken at what hour and moment the Moon will
return to its own radical place in the ecliptic, without any consideration of its
radical latitude, to which it does not return, but taking note of its latitude at the
moment of the revolution for the purpose of directing the Moon itself monthly. And
thus the mean time ...

Atlas Of The Moon

Author: Vincent de Callataÿ
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An authoritative lunar atlas and an account of all aspects of the moon which may interest amateur astronomers.

Iconographic Encyclopedia Of Science Literature And Art

Author: S.F. Baird
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 587655412X
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Should the moon, as full moon in spring and autumn, stand in the equinoxes as
the sun, she would then be as long above as below the horizon. 31. If we
suppose the moon to be at L' (pl. 10, fig. 3), in conjunction or between the earth
and sun, then the centres of these three bodies will be in the straight line RE.
WVhile the moon is completing a'revolution around the earth, moving daily about
13° 10' 35”, the earth will have passed forward over a certain part of her orbit,
about to t.

Origin Of The Earth And Moon

Author: Robin M. Canup
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 9780816520732
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This book makes great strides toward closing those gaps by highlighting the extensive progress that has been made and pointing toward future research.

Astrologia Gallica

Author: Jean-Baptiste Morin
Publisher: American Federation of Astr
ISBN: 0866905847
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The Effects of the Synodic Revolution of the Moon with the Sun and its Quarters. If
the true place of the Moon that it occupied at its own creation could be known to
us, its Revolution to that same place would be the periodic and true lunar month
for us; and the celestial chart of the Revolution would be the principal and
genuine cause of monthly effects in general, as was similarly evident in the
periodical Revolutions of the Moon for nativities. But about that place we are not
certain, even ...

Bad Moon Rising

Author: Arthur M. Eckstein
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300224605
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Revolution? According to Debray, the Cuban revolution showed that you did not
need the backing of a mass party to make a revolution. Under the right conditions
, dramatic actions by small bands of committed revolutionaries could precipitate
the revolution, bringing over the otherwise immobile masses. Debray's theory of
revolution helped Weatherman believe revolution was possible— and led to a
commitment to violence. There was no need to wait for the right conditions to
present ...

The Revolution In Science 1500 1750

Author: Rupert A. Hall
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317872126
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Nevertheless, Kepler's idea that the satellite revolving round a central body is
maintained in its path by two forces, one of which is an attraction towards the
central body, although applied only to the Earth-Moon system, holds the key to all
that followed and to the Principia itself. Galileo, like Copernicus, had believed the
planetary revolutions to be 'natural', i.e. inertial; the celestial bodies were subject
to no forces. Kepler, however, believed that the motive force of the universe
resided in ...