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if you realize how hard it is to find those extremely unclear
members of the group to discern which is possible only in the most powerful telescopes.
(3) the same kind of proof gives us a rough comparison of their
medium distances. Of the 13 largest of the planetoids, the apparent brightness of which
exceeds the brightness of the stars of 9.5 magnitude, none of the average distance is not
exceed 3 Planetoids, the value of which, at least 9.5 and smaller
10, there are 15, and of these only one average distance exceeds
3 Planetoids, the value of which is between 10 and 10.5, and 17, and of them only
one, the average distance is greater than 3 In the next group 37 of the planetoids, and
5 of them have such a large average distance. In the next 48
planetoid 12 with the same average distance, next of 47 13. From
planetoid of the twelfth magnitude and fainter open 72 and out of those orbits
which was calculated, not less than 23 have a mean distance exceeding 3
comparatively with the average distance of the Earth. From this it is obvious to what
the degree of unsteady character are the weakest members of that extensive family,
with which we are dealing. (4) For clarification the following item, notice,
what of those planetoids, the size of which was approximately calculated
orbit the two largest, Vesta and Ceres are the eccentricity is oscillating in
the range between 0.05 and 0.10, while the orbits of the two least Menippe and eve
have an eccentricity ranging between 0.20 and 0.25, and between 0.30 and 0.35.
Then between planetoids, exposed in more recent times, with such
small diameters that the measurement was not possible, we find
extremely unsteady, the Hilda and Thule, with average distances 3.97
and 4.25, ETRA with such an eccentric orbit that it crosses the orbit
Mars and jellyfish, with the smallest average distance from the Sun. (5) In
the comparison of the average eccentricities of the orbits of the planetoids grouped according to their
decreasing the size does not work no very certain
results, except that the seven planetoids Polyhymnia, Atalanta,
Eurydice, ETRA, Eva, Andromache and Eudora with the greatest eccentricities
(oscillating between 0.30 and 0.38), all belong to the category of smaller