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Pearl Necklace said...

Now consider the order of each item 1) Between 2,50 and 2,80 (taking
the average distance of the Earth from the Sun) is the space in which the planetoids
occur in the greatest abundance. In between these extreme limits,
2,65, approximately same as the average of the distances of the four largest such
bodies open before others, which comes to 2.64. Do we have reason
to say that a larger cluster of planetoids within these boundaries (which, however,
is a lesser distance than that which, in empirical
the law of Bode, is attributed to the initial the planet) as opposed to
the rest, far from each other are scattered and relatively few
the planetoids, the distances of which a little more than 2 or 3, represents the fact
consistent with the considered hypothesis {Here you can see (although
the main value of this will be discussed in the next note) that
the average intermediate distance later open several planetoids
more than the distance before the open, and comes to 2.61 for e from 1 to 35 and
2,80 e from 211 to 245. I owe this observation Lynn, whose attention
was reminded of this during check I have set out here provisions for
in order to include the latest discoveries made after
this paragraph was written.} (2) Any table of the apparent magnitudes of the planetoids
shows how a number of smaller members of the cluster exceeds
the number of those which are comparatively large, and every year this difference in
the number of large and small planetoids is becoming more noticeable. Only one of
them (Vesta) exceeds in brightness the seventh star-magnitude, while the other
(Ceres) is between Sedmoy and vosmoy value, and a third (Pallas)
above the eighth, but between vosmoy and devotay there are six of them, between
devaty and desyatoy twenty desyatoy between the eleventh and fifty-five,
below the eleventh magnitude are known to a much larger number, and in
actually the number is probably still much greater, we can't
doubt it