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 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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 circles where these things are discussed one would scarcely
 — has in scientific circles been changed into the
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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 describe a circle, or an ellipse, round the pole of the
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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 is now conceded by the widest circles. On the other hand an
 circle, for it must use an inner impulse in order continually
 to alter the radius. When something simply moves in a circle
 when something moves in a perfect circle.
 the circle, in the living way in which Kepler still conceived
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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 falls to Earth and the Moon circles round the Earth, the same
 circle, and then again more like an ellipse. So I by no means
 becoming a circle or remaining one and the same ellipse. If I
 circles. I went to a performance in which he read his own
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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 in fact, the Circle. If we look for the points M1,
 M2 etc. we find a circle which has this particular
 definition of a circle, — namely, that it is the locus
 constant, — there is another definition. The circle is
 Now, in considering the circle in this
 values in the equation, and we can find the circle. In doing
 this we find different forms of the circle (that is,
 different proportions between the radius of the circle and
 proportion of m to n. These different forms of the circle
 less. When n is much greater than m, we find a circle with a
 curvature is less. The circle becomes larger and larger the
 proportion of m to n still further, the circle gradually
 circle becomes the ordinate axis when m = n, that
 is, when the quotient m/n = 1. In this way the circle
 further. The circle has flattened more and more, and through
 equation undergoes a change. Through this the circle becomes
 beyond 1, so that the arcs of the circles appear here (on the
 peculiar. We have, in fact, to think of a circle which is not
 Of course, I cannot draw this circle, but it is possible to
 think of a circle which is curved towards the
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 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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 it somewhere as a circle, or more exactly, as a spherical
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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 immense that the circumference of the circle, described by
 in an eccentric circle round the Earth. The planets also move
 in circles. But he does not imagine them to move like the Sun
 in one circle only. No; he assumes a point
 moving in this eccentric circle which he
 its turn the centre of another circle. Upon this other circle
 along the one circle and the other. Take Venus for example.
 Says Ptolemy: around this circle another circle is rotating;
 the centre of the latter circle moves along the former. The
 circles, the large one, called the “deferent”,
 circle. Movements of this kind he attributes to Saturn,
 Moon he conceives to move in yet another small circle,
 — an epicyclic circle of its own.
 circles. The two curves hardly differ. The difference,
 planets moving in circles or ellipses round it. Simple, is it
 superimposed upon another circle, and an eccentric one to
 along his epicyclic circle, which we shall them compare with
 of the epicycles along their different circles. Let the daily
 the figure of the circle: the simple circle for the Sun's
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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 twelve pictures of the horse. I put them in a circle, at a
 running round in a circle. Yet the fact is not so. No horse
 central circle in the Figure) is the Earth, whilst the whole
 of it (small outer circle in the Figure) becomes visible.
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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 Cassini curves, and of the circle differently conceived.
 Ordinarily the circle is defined as a curve, all of whose
 speaking of the circle as a curve, all of whose points are at
 conception of the circle.
 out, so to speak; this is the inverted circle or the inverted
 the case. Think of what is within this peculiar circle
 there was a limit of quite another kind (dotted circle in
 Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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 coin, but a circle, for example, made of paper
 seen through a surface of water the paper circle appears
 have not the whole circle but only a little bit of it, you
 like a little fragment of the paper circle. You have not to
 a portion of the circle, nay of the bottom of the vessel as a
 only of a part of the larger circle
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