| George B. Benedek, Felix M.H. Villars - 2000 - 549 lapas
...commented on this calculation. Speaking of the year of discovery, 1666, he said And the same year I began **to think of gravity extending to the orb of the Moon, and** . . . from Kepler's Rule ... I deduced that the forces which keep the Planets in their orbs must [be]... | |
| Sadri Hassani - 2000 - 659 lapas
...had entrance into the inverse method of Fluxions [integral calculus], and in the same year I began **to think of gravity extending to the orb of the Moon . . . and** . . . compared the force requisite to keep the Moon in her orb with the force of gravity at the surface... | |
| Carlos I. Calle - 2001 - 647 lapas
...proportion of the increase of distance. Newton himself mentions in a memorandum of about 1714 that he "began **to think of gravity extending to the orb of the Moon, and having found out how to estimate the force** which [a] globe revolving within a sphere presses the surface of the sphere, from Kepler's rule of... | |
| Julian B. Barbour - 2001 - 784 lapas
...said he to himself?' And according to Newton himself:56 'And in the same year [1665 or 1666] I began **to think of gravity extending to the orb of the Moon, and having found out how to estimate the force** . . . compared the force requisite to keep the Moon in her Orb with the force of gravity at the surface... | |
| Michael Shermer - 2001 - 368 lapas
...think of gravity extending to y= orb of the Moon & (having found out how to estimate the force with wch **[a] globe revolving within a sphere presses the surface of the sphere) from** Keplers rule of the periodical times of the Planets being in sesquialterate proportion of their distances... | |
| Gerald James Holton, Stephen G. Brush - 2001 - 582 lapas
...(theory of colors), and mechanics. Referring to this period, Newton once wrote: And the same year I began **to think of gravity extending to the orb of the Moon, and** . . . from Kepler's Rule [third law] ... I deduced that the forces which keep the Planets in their... | |
| John Stachel - 2001 - 556 lapas
...integral calculus]. And the same year 1 began to think of gravity extending to [th]e orb of the Moon & **(having found out how to estimate the force with w[hi]ch...globe revolving within a sphere presses the surface of** a sphere [ie, the centrifugal force]): from Kepler's rule of the periodical times of the Planets being... | |
| Malcolm S. Longair, Professor Malcolm S Longair - 2003 - 569 lapas
...inverse method of fluxions. And in the same year I began to think of gravity extending to the orbit **of the Moon and (having found out how to estimate...rule of the periodical times of the planets being in** sesquialternate proportion* of their distance from the centres of their Orbs, I deduced that the forces... | |
| Richard Olson - 2004 - 292 lapas
...following I had entrance into the inverse method of fluxions [integral calculus]. And the same year I began **to think of gravity extending to the orb of the moon, and having found out how to estimate the force** which a globe revolving within a sphere presses the surface of the sphere, from Kepler 's rule of the... | |
| Martin Garrett - 2004 - 266 lapas
...Theory of Colours" and, possibly helped by the fall of a famous apple from a tree in his orchard, "began **to think of gravity extending to the orb of the Moon" and** "compared the force requisite to keep the Moon in her orb with the force of gravity at the surface... | |
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