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  • Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 (Velocity) “Mars (planet),” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Mercury (planet),” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed
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  • Seigneurs and Dukes of Mercœur, Philippe Emmanuel de Lorraine Mercury (deity) Mercury (planet) Mercury (element) Mercy, Franz, Freiherr von Mercy Mercy-Argenteau
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  • Projection Merchant-Marine Merchant of Venice, The Mercury (mythology) Mercury (element) Mercury (planet) Mer de Glace Meredith, George Merida Meriden Meridian
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  • inhabitants of our own planet. Mercury is the next planet, and belongs to the earth-chain. Venus is the only physical planet of the chain of which it
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  • yellow, while Mercury, occupying a peculiar place in Greek as it did in Babylonian astrology (where it was at one time designated as the planet par excellence)
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  • influence either of a planet revolving between Mercury and the sun or of a number of smaller bodies analogous to the minor planets (§ 294). Researches of
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  • Melite, 103. Melos, 214. Menaeus, 272. Mercury, site of temple of, 31; temple of, 54. Mercury (planet), 258, 259. Meroë, 231. Mesauloe, 187. Metagenes
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  • knowledge possessed by the ancients with regard to the movements of Mercury, a planet which is hardly visible from our latitudes We inhabitants of Central
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  • be unwarranted in the fancy that the discharge of yet a new planet, interior to Mercury, may give rise to yet a new modification of the terrestrial surface—a
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  • Mercury, the planet which lies nearest the sun. Since the time of Leverrier, it has been known that the ellipse corresponding to the orbit of Mercury
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  • headings, and the several planets Mercury, Venus, etc. Planets, discoveries of, xii. 253, 254, 255, 267; xiii. 289, 294, 295, 318 Planets, distances of, i. 15;
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  • Scenes on the Planet Mercury By G. V. Schiaparelli 1154063Popular Science Monthly Volume 37 May 1890 — Scenes on the Planet Mercury By G. V. Schiaparelli1890
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  • the ancients who called them planets, the Greek word for wanderers.  To these five bodies had been given the names of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn
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  • the planets for observation from the earth. The eccentricity of its orbit, 0.0933, is greater than that of any other major planet except Mercury. The
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  • October 1878  (1878)  The Planet Vulcan By Daniel Kirkwood 616976Popular Science Monthly Volume 13 October 1878 — The Planet Vulcan By Daniel Kirkwood1878
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  • satellite. But if there is really a planet travelling nearer to the sun than Mercury, we should only expect to see this planet on very rare occasions. During
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  • found in the whole world is made according to the governments of the Planets, and accordingly receives its vertue. So in Fire the enlivening light thereof
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  • (1895; 2nd ed., 1896) New observations of the planet Mercury (1897) OCLC 13307357all editions Maps of the planet (1898) OCLC 33326430all editions Physical
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  • points of the planets (chapter i., § 14) is much simplified by the ideas of Coppernicus. If we take first an inferior planet, say Mercury (fig. 47), then
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  • July 1872  (1872)  A Giant Planet By Richard A. Proctor 578500Popular Science Monthly Volume 1 July 1872 — A Giant Planet By Richard A. Proctor1872
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