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" ... Herschel's words, the view is such as would be seen by a giant with eyes thousands of miles apart : after all, the stereoscope affords such a view as we should get if we possessed a perfect model of the moon... "
Inside the Politics of Technology: Agency and Normativity in the Co ... - Pagina 164
geredigeerd door - 2005 - 308 pagina’s
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 29

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1860
...moon and placed it at a suitable distance from the eyes, and we may be well satisfied to possess such means of extending our knowledge respecting the moon,...thus availing ourselves of the giant eyes of science. It does not follow as a matter of course that any two pictures of the moon taken under different conditions...
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Instruments and the Imagination

Thomas L. Hankins, Robert J. Silverman - 1999 - 337 pagina’s
...if we possessed a perfect model of the moon and placed it at a suitable distance from the eyes, and we may be well satisfied to possess such a means of...moon, by thus availing ourselves of the giant eyes of science.91 Oliver Wendell Holmes certainly enjoyed gazing through these magnificent oculi. After studying...
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