Edmond Halley Quote

The sharply veering ways of comets, once A source of dread, no longer do we quail Beneath appearances of bearded stars.


In: Florian Cajori, Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy and - His System of the World (p. xiv)

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The sharply veering ways of comets, once A source of dread, no longer do we quail Beneath appearances of bearded stars.

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The sharply veering ways of comets, once A source of dread, no longer do we quail Beneath appearances of bearded stars.

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The sharply veering ways of comets, once A source of dread, no longer do we quail Beneath appearances of bearded stars.

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The sharply veering ways of comets, once A source of dread, no longer do we quail Beneath appearances of bearded stars.