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" From this, it is easily computed that the amount of heat received by the earth from the sun in a year is sufficient to melt a shell of ice 177.4 feet thick all over the earth's surface. 214. Solar Heat expressed as Energy. — Since according to the known... "
The Elements of Astronomy: A Textbook - Сторінка 153
автори: Charles Augustus Young - 1897 - 464 стор.
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Popular astronomy. From 'The museum of science and art'.

Dionysius Lardner - 1855
...from the sun's direct influence during alternate intervals of twelve hours, yet the total quantity of heat received by the earth from the sun in a year is sufficient, if uniformly diffused over its surface, to liquefy a crust of ice covering it 100 feet thick ! It follows...
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Dublin examination papers

1863
...octants, find the ratio of the planet's and Earth's distance from the Sun. 2. Prove that the whole amount of heat received by the Earth from the Sun in a year is reciprocally as the axis minor of the Earth's orbit, the axis major being supposed constant. 3. The...
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, Том 28

Edward Isidore Sears - 1874
...more than four times its present amount. According to a law first given by Lambert in his Pyrom r try, the amount of heat received by the earth from the sun, in any given time, is exactly proportional to the angle described by the earth in that time, or the longitude...
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Energy in Nature: Being, with Some Additions, the Substance of a Course of ...

William Lant Carpenter - 1883 - 212 стор.
...iron, load, bismuth, tin, and copper, are heated in oil * It is difficult to convey any idea of this. The amount of heat received by the earth from the sun in one year would liquefy a layer of ice 100 feet thick all over it, and yet this is only the l-2,138,OUO,OOl)th...
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Energy in Nature: Being ... Six Lectures Upon the Forces of Nature and Their ...

William Dant Carpenter - 1883 - 227 стор.
...iron, lead, bismuth, tin, and copper, are heated in oil * It is difficult to convey any idea of this. The amount of heat received by the earth from the sun in one year would liquefy a layer of ice 100 feet thick all ovor it, and yet this is only the l-'2,138,OUO,OOOth...
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First Book of Nature

James Edward Talmage - 1888 - 265 стор.
...globe a fit' habitation for plant and animal and man. As a result of careful measurement it is said that the amount of heat received by the earth from the sun during a year is sufficient "to boil an ocean of ice water covering the. whole earth to a depth of...
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Theosophical Siftings, Том 2

1889
...view to ascertain its variations in volume, etc., from year to year. This would be an indication of- the amount of heat received by the earth from the sun in a given twelvemonth, the quantity varying, as he holds, considerably in different years. The climate...
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Lessons in astronomy including uranography: A brief intoductory course ...

Charles Augustus Young - 1895 - 365 стор.
...from the sun when overhead would melt in an hour a sheet of ice about three-quarters of an inch thick. From this it is easily computed that the amount of heat received by the earth from the sun in a year would melt a shell of ice 137 feet thick all over the earth's surface. If we accept the larger value...
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Lessons in Astronomy Including Uranography: A Brief Introductory Course ...

Charles Augustus Young - 1891 - 357 стор.
...from the sun when overhead would melt in an hour a sheet of ice about three-quarters of an inch thick. From this it is easily computed that the amount of heat received by the earth from the sun in a year would melt a shell of ice 137 feet thick all over the earth's surface. If we accept the larger value...
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How to Make Inventions: Or, Inventing as a Science and an Art

Edward P. Thompson - 1893 - 181 стор.
...and pressure, produces heat. Lead is not increased in density by, but becomes hot upon, hammering. The amount of heat received by the earth from the sun in a year is capable of melting a coating of ice upon the surface of the earth 160 ft. in thickness; which is .0000000005...
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