III. On the discovery of four additional satellites of the georgium sidus. The retrograde motion of its old satellites announced; and the cause of their disappearance at certain distances from the planet explained

@article{HerschelIIIOT,
  title={III. On the discovery of four additional satellites of the georgium sidus. The retrograde motion of its old satellites announced; and the cause of their disappearance at certain distances from the planet explained},
  author={William Sir Herschel},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={47 - 79}
}
  • W. Herschel
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
Having been lately much engaged in improving my tables for calculating the places of the Georgian satellites, I found it necessary to recompute all my observations of them. In looking over the whole series, from the year of the first discovery of the satellites in 1787 to the present time, I found these observations so extensive, especially with regard to a miscellaneous branch of them, that I resolved to make this latter part the subject of a strict examination. 
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